IVS 3D announced its partnership with Geomatics Data Solutions to provide sales, support, and training to Fledermaus clients located on the western coast of North America.
With over 25 years combined experience developing spatial work flows and processing marine and terrestrial survey data, Geomatics Data Solutions provides end to end solutions for their clients. From the collection of raw data to the final presentation product, their specialties include; GIS (ArcGIS, GeoMedia, MapInfo), CAD (AutoCAD, MicroStation), 3D Point Clouds and XYZ Data, DEM and DTM in various formats, 3D Visualization and Fly-Throughs and Digital Image Mosaics.
Carol Lockhart, co-founder and Commercial Manager for Geomatics, stated, “We are excited to team up with IVS 3D and foster a close working relationship. This partnership will provide us with the ability to develop faster and more efficient work flows for intuitive data processing and quality control; an integral part of the Geomatics Data Solutions’ business model. Our business spans many environments using multibeam offshore, bathymetric lidar in the coastal zone and topographic lidar onshore. The Fledermaus software provides us with the environment we need to merge all these data types in a way that is efficient and intuitive for our data analysts or clients.“
“Geomatics not only has the industry expertise to understand how to leverage the Fledermaus’ software solutions for their clients, but their process and workflow has been developed from over 25 combined years of experience.” said Bill McKernan, VP of Sales and Marketing for IVS 3D. “We expect that this partnership will provide IVS 3D with a consistent presence on the west coast of North America and in the global lidar markets”
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.