With a prominent location right in the first exhibition hall and opposite to the large Hexagon booth, the GEOSYSTEMS stand was a public magnet. The inviting ambience attracted numerous visitors who wanted to learn more about Smart M.Apps, UAV solutions, Sentinel workflows, change detection and photogrammetry.
One of the highlights was a new Smart M.App for the forestry sector. Based on the M.App Enterprise concept, this app consumes and shows dynamic information on forestry pests, tree species and other parameters. With the web-based application those information, that is otherwise hidden in tables and reports, is now easy to understand and to be clearly visualized. No software installation is required. The app is launched via a normal web browser and the data is securely stored on the organization's own server.
Also the interest in the solutions for "Copernicus" and "UAS" topics was great. With Sentinel Made Simple, Sentinel-1 and -2 data and geo-product archives can be set up automatically. Also automatic photogrammetric processing of UAV data within ERDAS IMAGINE was appealing for visitors. Especially the seamless processing with Spatial Modeler is a true benefit. Therefore a continuous processing chain, e.g. for volume calculation can be generated from UAV data, in order to monitor the progress in construction excavation.
Our co-exhibitor Sterling Geo presented successfully an unique lightweight GPR unit specifically designed to be attached to an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for survey work in remote or difficult to access areas.
In close collaboration with the international Hexagon Geospatial colleagues, the GEOSYSTEMS team showcased geospatial innovations to visitors from all over the world. Hexagon Geospatial President, Mladen Stojic, came to Berlin and talked in his packed keynote session "Escaping the Flatlands" about Hexagon's vision for dynamic information communication.
We would like to thank all visitors for visiting us at INTERGEO 2017 in Berlin. See you next year in Frankfurt for the INTERGEO 2018 from 16th to 18th October 2018.