TerraGo® Introduces Unprecedented Geospatial Collaboration Capabilities with v.6 Software

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TerraGo introduces significant new capabilities with its new v.6 software release

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“The v.6 software release will positively impact productivity for our customers and the geospatial community at large through enhanced collaboration,” said Rick Cobb, TerraGo CEO.

TerraGo® Technologies, an innovative provider of widely adopted geospatial collaboration software solutions, has introduced significant new capabilities with its new v.6 software release.

The new v.6 software introduces three unprecedented collaboration capabilities:

  •     All TerraGo GeoPDF® applications produced by PublisherTM for ArcGIS and ComposerTM for Adobe Acrobat v.6 software are now automatically enabled for dynamic updates and sharing by anyone, anywhere using TerraGo ToolbarTM and Adobe Reader.
  •     With no-cost TerraGo Toolbar v.6, essential TerraGo functionality can be used with any conventional geospatial PDF making Toolbar the new application of choice for viewing and interacting with georeferenced PDF maps and imagery from a wide range of sources.
  •     Toolbar and Composer v.6 software enables users to easily create their own simple geoforms for faster field data collection and permits attachment of unstructured georeferenced data including audio, photos, and video to specific locations or objects for later distribution and consolidation.

In addition, Publisher v.6 supports automated GeoPDF map production using data-driven pages in Esri ArcGIS.

TerraGo is the innovator of patented methods and systems for encoding geographic coordinates and features in a PDF file. Interactive, portable, intelligent 2D and 3D GeoPDF maps and imagery allow users who do not have access to sophisticated GIS or training to access, dynamically update and share compact geospatial information from any source and roundtrip it back to the enterprise GIS.

“As the use of geospatial information continues to grow in all facets of analysis and decision making, so has the need to share updated geospatial information within organizations and between enterprises using disparate systems,” said Jeff Vining, Gartner vice president for government research and geospatial surveillance operational technology. “New solutions are evolving to meet these demands and to further collaboration, especially in the field.”

“The v.6 software release will positively impact productivity for our customers and the geospatial community at large through enhanced collaboration,” said Rick Cobb, TerraGo CEO. “For TerraGo, the v.6 release marks another major milestone in our proud history of innovation.”

TerraGo Composer v.6 is now available for free download trials and purchase online at http://www.terragotech.com/composer. The no-cost Toolbar v.6 is also available for immediate download at http://www.terragotech.com/products/terrago-toolbar. TerraGo Publisher v.6 and SDK 3.1 incorporating v.6 enhancements, including map book production, will soon be released. For a detailed demonstration of the unprecedented collaboration capabilities of v.6 software, click here to register for a webinar at 2 p.m. Eastern Mar. 20.

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About TerraGo Technologies
TerraGo Technologies geospatial collaboration software and GeoPDF maps and imagery are among the most widely adopted solutions to produce, access, update and share geospatial information and applications with anyone, anywhere. TerraGo solutions enable enterprises to extend, exchange and exploit geo-referenced maps, imagery, audio, video and other intelligence in connected or offline environments. Trusted by government agencies and businesses worldwide, TerraGo solutions increase the use of geospatial data throughout and between enterprises and the return on geospatial investment through greater organizational efficiency, productivity and responsiveness. Founded in 2005, TerraGo is privately held and is an In-Q-Tel portfolio company. For more information, visit http://www.terragotech.com.    

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