GXP Xplorer | March 2011 | Software update

What is GXP Xplorer?

GXP Xplorer is a revolutionary data discovery and management tool that makes
it easy to locate, retrieve, and share geospatial data on a local network or across
an enterprise.

BAE Systems designed the software to provide a convenient way to access images, maps, terrain, videos, features, documents, PowerPoint files and numerous other data sources with a single query — geospatial, temporal, free text or advanced details search — without logging on to multiple systems.

GXP Xplorer. Take command of your data universe.

GXP Xplorer v2.0 is scheduled for release in late May 2011

New features include:

  • Search by date cataloged to find what has been cataloged in the last five days
  • Save searches to repeat the same search daily
  • Retrieve geospatial products such as MPEG-2, CADRG, CIB, DNC, VMAP, and more
  • Retrieve multiple-file products using a download manager
  • Geotag files such as documents by clicking on the map
  • Snapshot to geotagged PowerPoint files and catalog them
  • Stream images on low bandwidth connections using JPIP streaming
  • View 4-corner footprints, coordinate displays in MGRS, UTM, lat, long coordinates and a jump-to-point capability
  • Process data during delivery, including terrain merge and format conversions
  • Catalog, search and view search results faster than in previous versions
  • Simple installation

GXP Xplorer is supported on:

  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Mozilla Firefox 3.5+
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003 Server and Windows 2008 Server

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