For WinMP software packages and older versions of AEROoffice/TERRAoffice (< v5.2) which use the Hardlock dongle a new LIS-file is required. These files are available from now on in the appropriate MyIGI section of our website. Please update your files before February to keep your software running...
Read more … New LIS-Files valid until 2015
To demonstrate new technology the project RailMapper on the Dresden Windbergbahn was carried out as a collaboration of Dresden University of Applied Sciences (HTW Dresden), IGI and the Windbergbahn e.V. The RailMapper reached the Windbergbahn on Friday, October 25th. This Nissan Navara has been equipped as a HiRail car which enables it to survey both road and rail. About 13:00 the RailMapper was rerailed at the railroad crossing below the railway station Dresden-Gittersee and then went back to Dresden-Gittersee station. The geospatial solution was equipped in the Z-Mapper class with one laser scanner. After some demonstration and tests at the station the geospatial solution was ready to launch the survey...
Read more … RailMapper demonstrates innovative surveying technique on the Windbergbahn in Dresden
IGIplan v1.5.2 is a new minor release containing a couple of new label editors for the visualization templates. Also new sensors as the LiteMapper 6800 MTA and LiteMapper 7800 are added to the sensor list...
Read more … IGIplan v1.5.2 released
Diamond Aircraft, Austria, has introduced the new DA42 GEOSTAR that enables collecting laser scanning and photo-grammetry data during one single flight. The team of Diamond Airborne Sensing (subsidiary of Diamond Aircraft) announced it has succeeded in perfect sensor integration on the DA42 MPP, the most economic remote sensing platform worldwide. Both systems are integrated with sufficient resources for fuel and flight crew...
Read more … Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning on Single Aircraft
IGI, a leading guidance and navigation specialist, has recently announced a new major release of its leading post-processing software AEROoffice & TERRAoffice - version 5.4. Besides a faster pre-processing a new Event Mark Editor for the creation of Online-Offline-Marks around a detected block of events is included in the software. This is an especially useful feature for Mobile Mapping applications with high camera frame rates. Particularly noteworthy are the new 512 Hz high data rates for laser scanners with up to 200 rotations per second...
Read more … AEROoffice & TERRAoffice v5.4 released
A new CCNS-5 firmware release is available. We are grateful for your feedback as this enables us to bring the CCNS-5 to perfection. The firmware is available for free to all CCNS-5 operators, please update your CCNS-5 today.
Read more … CCNS-5 Firmware Update v1.3.9
Kreuztal, October 1, 2013 –INTERGEO is only one week away. IGI will show various news in mobile mapping. For our customers the selection of sensors is increasing dramatically. IGI stands for Ingenieur-Gesellschaft für Interfaces (engl. Engineering Company for Interfaces). The name speaks for itself. At INTERGEO IGI does unveil several innovations based on intelligent system integration and the development of interfaces. The added value turns into important customer benefits. Beside of this customers are invited to define and customize even multi-sensor systems according to their individual needs and applications. The result is a smart geospatial solution for surveying...
Read more … Meet us at INTERGEO
South African GeoM (formerly Geomatica) has invested in a state of the art navigation system designed to dramatically improve the locational accuracy and reliability of aerial survey data. Specialists in laser scanning GeoM offers a range of professional data capture services aimed at both the mining and power line industries. The purchase of a 5th generation Computer Controlled Navigation System (CCNS) from IGI represents GeoM’s commitment to delivering high quality geographic data solutions specifically designed to meet even the most challenging of customers’ requirements...
Read more … GeoM Improves Aerial Mapping Accuracy