IVS 3D announced its partnership with Beijing NCG Information Technology Co., Ltd. to provide sales, support, and training to Fledermaus clients located in China.
Beijing NCG Information Technology Co., Ltd. (NCG), also known by association with the Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, is a recognized leader in remote sensing technology and applied research. Approved in 1979 by the State Council, NCG currently employs 193, the majority of which are highly skilled scientists and technical personnel.
Grace Dai, representative for NCG, said of the collaboration with IVS 3D, “Our goal in cooperation with IVS 3D is to advance and implement key integrated remote sensing technology applications for the multi-dimensional development of information technology and services in China. The compatibility of Fledermaus with other GIS and remote sensing applications makes it an invaluable tool towards that goal.”
Douglas Bergersen, Regional Managing Director for IVS Asia-Pacific, stated, “The addition of NCG as a reseller and support group further strengthens IVS’ commitment in this region. I look forward to working with NCG’s sales and technical teams to address the needs of clients in an intuitive and efficient manner with the capabilities of the Fledermaus software suite. I fully anticipate NCG will achieve great success in marketing Fledermaus in China, and that our existing Chinese clients will benefit substantially from quality local support.”
“Because NCG is a recognized leader in remote sensing technology, they are also a key component for the integration and industrialization of the Fledermaus suite in China.” said Bill McKernan, VP of Sales and Marketing for IVS 3D. “We expect that the partnership with NCG will help us to further innovate the Fledermaus Suite as we continue to keep in step with industry trends and demands.”
Interactive Visualization Systems' (IVS3D) was founded in 1995 to provide the Fledermaus software suite to educational, commercial, and government institutions. The Fledermaus software suite provides users with a powerful set of interactive 3D visualization tools for data processing, analysis and presentation. Because Fledermaus allows users near real-time, interactive 3D display of very large complex scenes at their full resolution- users gain powerful insight and the ability to extract and report on more information from their combined data.
Fledermaus is currently used across many industries by a variety of disciplines such as geoscientists, oceanographers and hydrographers. The interactive tool has been used to analyze environmental and geological hazards, plan oil drilling and rig locations, and determine placements for pipeline and cable routes.