Webinar: ArcGIS for Bathymetry: Implementation of the FMBIS Bathymetric Data Management Solution in a Hydrographic Survey Company
Late last year, QPS entered into an OEM partnership with Esri, allowing us to offer the FMBIS Bathymetric Data Management Solution to our clients as an upgrade to any Fledermaus or QINSy package. The FMBIS includes ArcGIS for Desktop Standard, 3D Analyst Desktop Extension, and ArcGIS for Maritime Bathymetry, and provides tools to
• Create Bathymetric Information System (BIS) geodatabases; bathymetric data are stored in their native formats and are indexed in the system, not replicated.
• Explore your entire bathymetric data catalog through a dynamic filters that are driven by attributes, metadata and spatial awareness.
• Create your own rules that determine the prioritization of overlapping datasets to generate a seamless multi-resolution surfaces on the fly; surfaces are generated dynamically rather then stored, preventing data duplication.
• Gain value from your bathymetric data – analyze and interpret data using the power of a full GIS, geoprocessing tools, and community developed scripts. Produce deliverables in industry-standard ArcGIS formats: publish data traditionally or serve to the Cloud using ArcGIS Online, populate standard data models or organization-specific geodatabases, or produce shapefiles and rasters.
In his role as Managing Director with MMT-NetSurvey, Duncan Mallace has implemented the FMBIS tools and is actively using them to manage his company’s large survey data holdings. In this webinar, Duncan will discuss how they are using the tools and demonstrate some of the powerful functionality available. This will be a unique opportunity to see this new bathymetric data management system in action and to ask any questions you might have about the integration of QINSy, Fledermaus, and ArcGIS.
ArcGIS for Bathymetry: Implementation of the FMBIS Bathymetric Data Management Solution in a Hydrographic Survey Company
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST
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