Hexagon releases Power Portfolio 2023

April 14, 2023, Alabama: AGI member Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division announced the launch of Power Portfolio 2023, the latest version of its leading GIS, remote sensing, photogrammetry, and geospatial data management products.

Power Portfolio 2023 brings the most extensive upgrade to ERDAS APOLLO in a decade. Now built on LuciadFusion, a scalable platform for geospatial data management and publication, ERDAS APOLLO delivers unrivaled efficiency and performance with out-of-the-box access to various new data formats.

A revolutionary new add-on, ERDAS IMAGINE LiveLink for Google Earth Engine, allows users to access multiple petabytes of geospatial data in the cloud directly from their desktops without leaving ERDAS IMAGINE. LiveLink enables customers to leverage a massive image catalog for large image processing jobs at the state, country, and continent levels. Users can also benefit from more than 800 new operators in Spatial Modeler and build large performant models without writing a single line of code.

Other enhancements across the portfolio include visualization improvements, new 3D display options in GeoMedia, and a revamped geocoding service in WebGIS for local governments and transportation authorities.

“The extensive upgrades in Power Portfolio 2023 open up a world of possibilities,” said Mladen Stojic, president of government, transportation, defense, and security for Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division. “It not only enhances operational efficiency but also unlocks a new dimension of capabilities with cutting-edge 3D visualization. It’s a leap forward in empowering our customers to make informed decisions and chart a more dynamic, efficient, and secure future.”

The Power Portfolio is used by public and private sector organizations worldwide, including national mapping and geospatial intelligence agencies, city planners, and transportation analysts.

Power Portfolio 2023 is available worldwide. For more information, visit the Hexagon website.

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