High-performance throughput capabilities and massive project capacity match 21st century project requirements. Learn more about OrthoVistaXtreme >>
View, measure, annotate, and disseminate geospatial image reports directly from a Web browser.
BAE Systems today announced GXP WebView, a new lightweight, universal Web-based Electronic Light Table (ELT) that allows users to find and exploit mission-critical geospatial data using only a Web browser.
BAE Systems GXP Taiwan distributor DataForce is hosting a customer workshop in Taipei City, Taiwan on October 15, 2013. If you would like to attend, please contact: Echo Chang, Program Manager Dataforce Systems Ltd. Tel +886 2 2325 5353 E-mail email@example.com www.dataforce.com.tw Agenda 8:30 to 9:30 Register 9:30 to 9:40 Opening 9:40 to 10:00 Introduction […]
BAE Systems to provide advanced data management capabilities to the national geospatial-intelligence agency
SAN DIEGO, California — The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) awarded BAE Systems the iSToRE XP contract to provide advanced data management capabilities in support of National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG) sites and users. The software solution is built on BAE Systems’ commercial product, GXP Xplorer, which enables analysts to easily access their local data and connect to remote geospatial data stores and libraries.
BAE Systems GXP and Stellacore present OrthoVistaXtreme, the future in digital image mosaicking software
Accurate, attractive orthorectified mosaics are a key deliverable in many mapping projects. Creating a beautiful mosaic with consistent, pleasing radiometry and invisible seamlines is a daunting challenge. BAE Systems has the answer.
Join us at one of our regional training events! GXP is attuned to your challenges and your needs. As a direct result from customer feedback regarding current budgetary and travel constraints, we have made the decision to postpone our GXP User Conference this year, and instead will be taking the show on the road. Our […]
Esri, Intergraph, and BAE Systems are all adding LiDAR support to their flagship products—ArcGIS, ERDAS IMAGINE and SOCET GXP, respectively. In this article I will present my review of SOCET GXP v4.0, the latest release from BAE Systems and the first version to add native support for LiDAR data…
Maximize your productivity from discovery to exploitation with GXP Xplorer and SOCET GXP at the GEOINT 2012 Symposium. GEOINT 2012 Symposium – Booth 1111 October 8 – 11, 2012 Orlando, Florida, Gaylord Palms Visit us at booth 1111 for one-on-one product demonstrations, or catch one of our many theater presentations. Click here to view 2012 […]
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BAE Systems merges multiple geospatial technologies into a single product to improve analysis and increase productivity
BAE Systems has achieved a milestone it envisioned several years ago to design and build a powerful geospatial-intelligence software product from the ground up. SOCET GXP® v4.0 merges the full spectrum of mapping and analysis capabilities — image analysis, geospatial analysis, photogrammetry, and remote sensing — into a single package.
‘Geospatial Workflow Optimisation Reaches New Heights’ as featured in GeoConnexion Geo: International Magazine
SOCET GXP v4.0 is the highly anticipated software that is replacing BAE Systems’ legacy SOCET SET photogrammetric package. There is no doubt that photogrammetric mapping, geospatial production, and image processing have coalesced. Ten years ago, the company had the foresight to create a product roadmap to incorporate geospatial and image processing technologies…