Disy’s INTERGEO programme is now online
Karlsruhe, 19 August 2015 – INTERGEO 2015 in Stuttgart sets new benchmarks – so does Disy with its stand at the industry’s leading trade fair for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. New GIS 2go client for mobile GIS on Smartphones and Tablets, extended functionalities for GIS users, practice-orientated demonstrations by Disy clients and expert presentations are just a few of the many highlights during this three-day event.
As in previous years, Disy Informationssysteme GmbH will be on hand at INTERGEO (15-17 September 2015), delivering lectures and showing its latest range of GIS solutions at stand F6.015 in hall 6. "We are looking forward to presenting our Cadenza software suite designed to visualise both geodata and attribute data, including efficient result presentation. A special focus will be on the new version of our mobile solution Cadenza Mobile GIS 2go offering a variety of new features. Be it tablet or smartphone – GIS users can now easily use their maps while on the go," explains Claus Hofmann, Managing Director of Disy. "INTERGEO, which attracts more than 17,000 visitors from all over the world, is the number 1 trade show in the geo business. And we will of course also be there. This year, we will be looking very closely at reporting, geodata integration, environmental information systems and precision farming."
Offline maps for smartphones
One of the highlights presented at INTERGEO will be the new version of Cadenza Mobile GIS 2go, which allows GIS users to transfer their maps from Cadenza or ArcGIS for Desktop to their mobile devices and use them offline. Moreover, they can make them available to other users via the cloud. In addition to tablets, Cadenza Mobile GIS 2go now also supports smartphones (iPhone or Android). This way an extended GIS workstation is created – and instead of a laptop, users can take the more handy tablet or smartphone with them to the field. The mobile GIS app also impresses with faster exporting and optimised use of land registers for geometry and attribute editing in the field.
Those interested in testing Cadenza Mobile in combination with Cadenza Desktop can get a fully functional demo DVD for Cadenza at http://www.gis2go.com/home-en.html
Presentations by Cadenza users
Disy has invited some of its customers to show INTERGEO visitors how Cadenza supports their daily operations, covering a multitude of application areas. Visitors can thus get first-hand information from other users on Disy products and services. Moreover, experts from renowned organisations will be at Disy’s stand to present their specific solutions using Ca-denza and Cadenza Mobile GIS 2go.
Plenary sessions at INTERGEO Conference
"We will also be actively involved in the INTERGEO Conference: On 16 September 2015, we will outline our vision for the geo world of tomorrow, focussing on ‘Spatial Big Data – Changes and Challenges’," announces Claus Hofmann, (16 Sep 2015, 4.00 – 5.30 pm, C5).
Those who would like to meet Disy experts at INTERGEO, register for a session or request a free 1-day ticket, may contact Disy by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at ++49 721-16006-000.
– Go to http://www.gis2go.com for more detailed information on Cadenza Mobile GIS 2go
– Test GIS 2go for free at http://www.gis2go.com
About Disy Informationssysteme GmbH
Disy Informationssysteme GmbH is an independent provider of software and consulting services with headquarters in Karlsruhe. Disy products and solutions are based on innovative ideas and cutting-edge technologies. Clients appreciate Disy’s range of software products and their partnership approach in terms of practice- and user-driven application development. The company was founded in 1997. Since then, it has grown to 60 employees. Since the beginning, Disy has focused on systems which closely interlink GIS and reporting. This is what makes Disy so unique. Clients use the spatial reporting platform Cadenza to integrate information from different spatial and attribute databases, and to analyse it and create reports. The wide range of products is completed by software for geo-metadata management and the company’s own Desktop GIS. Disy products are used by public authorities at federal, regional and local level and represent the backbone of modern spatial data infrastructures.