IVS 3D recently participated in the 44th annual Flood and Coastal Risk Management Conference. The conference is widely attended by local and central government authorities as well as industry service providers, consultants and research organizations. The conference focuses on the development and maintenance of strategic flood management plans for the United Kingdom.
Catriona Rollason, Product Specialist for IVS 3D Ltd., attended the conference and was available for one on one demonstrations of the newly released Fledermaus Version 7. She noted that many visitors were impressed with the level of detailed analysis that the new release is capable of. She commented, “While there are some companies who allow for visualization of topographic data in 3D and even 4D, none are able to compare to Fledermaus’ functionality which gives users the ability to interact and manipulate their data sets for analysis.”
Ian Davies also attended the conference with Ms. Rollason and commented on the response to iView 4D. “With the availability of this free viewer, organizations can share 3D and 4D imagery as targeted deliverables for use in modeling and risk analysis. This functionality enables Fledermaus users to share their findings and collaborate on critical issues, all within the environments of their own desktops. Attendees quickly realized that this not only saves their organization valuable time and resources, it also enabled them to provide a higher quality end product.”
“This is the second time we have attended this conference and it has become a major factor in our initiative to broaden our visibility among government agencies in the United Kingdom. We will certainly plan on attending future conferences to help us in our marketing and development objectives.” stated Bill McKernan, VP of Sales and Marketing for IVS 3D.
Interactive Visualization Systems' (IVS 3D) was founded in 1995 as the developer of the Fledermaus 3D visualization and analysis software suite. Government, commercial and academic clients in all areas of ocean mapping use the software internationally.
The Fledermaus software stands apart in providing scientists and engineers with interactive and intuitive tools for processing, quality control and analysis of multibeam sonar and related data. Its use significantly improves efficiencies in areas such as; nautical charting, geologic interpretation, the assessment of seabed habitats, planning routes for pipelines and cables, and the identification of geohazards during engineering development.
The company has offices in Canada, USA, and the UK, and a worldwide distribution network.