IGN France International Opts for SimActive’s Correlator3D™
March 11, 2015
SimActive Inc., is pleased to announce the purchase of Correlator3D™ by IGN France International, the international subsidiary of IGN France (French National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information). IGN France International required software for major mapping projects in Africa.
Correlator3D™ perfectly fit its mandate as it offered the turnkey solution. A pioneer in the field, SimActive introduced the industry to GPU-based processing, and multi-core CPUs, enabling rapid processing of thousands of images. The simple user interface, coupled with highly automated and intuitive editing tools, continues to establish Correlator3D™ as the reference software for the production of high-quality geospatial data.
“IGN France International was looking for a complete and simple photogrammetric solution to generate high quality results,” said Laurent Falala, Project Manager at IGN France International. “Correlator3D™ met all these criteria.”
IGN France International was looking for a complete and simple photogrammetric solution to generate high quality results.
“We are pleased to see highly qualified users such as IGN France International join our client base,” said Dr Philippe Simard, President of SimActive. “With customers in more than fifty countries around the world, the addition of IGN France International reaffirms the worldwide reputation of SimActive as a premium product.”
About IGN France International IGN France International was created in 1986 and is the international subsidiary of the French IGN (National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information). Over the years, the company has shown itself to be an indispensable player in its sectors of intervention: geographic information (acquisition, processing, modeling) and geographic information systems implementation and integration). IGN France International has demonstrated excellence in its various fields of intervention: mapping, cadastre and land administration, urban planning, energy, environment, risk management, water, security/precision work, agriculture. For more information, visit www.ignfi.com.