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Technology Partners

UNIGIS meet the needs of the GI industry and provide an understanding of the conceptual, technical and organisational aspects of GIScience.  UNIGIS International Association cooperates with leading vendors in the GIS industry. Technology Partners offer support to the network through contributions to workshops and distance learning materials, free licenses, discounted products such as software, access to Web-based training courses and access to state-of-the-art technology in the GIS field.

, Incorporated provides software for the lifecycle of the world’s infrastructure. The company’s comprehensive portfolio for the building, plant, civil, and geospatial verticals spans architecture, engineering, construction (AEC) and operations.

DEFINIENS provides intelligent solutions and technology for the geomatics and earth observation market, comprising software and consultancy. With a broad network of industry partners and distributors, Definiens Imaging is a strategic software and services supplier to customers in the business, government and education markets.

Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI), as the fourth largest privately held software company in the world, is pioneering innovative solutions for working with spatial data on the desktop, across the enterprise, in the field, and on the Web. ESRI has one of the largest GIS software install base in the world with more than one million users in more than one hundred thousand organizations. Its mission is to help people use GIS tools to manage and share geographic knowledge to make better decisions, keep communites safe and create a more sustainable world.

INTERGRAPH Corporation fuses spatial capabilities to security, helping some of the world’s largest government, military, and industrial organizations in more than 60 countries better manage their operations and safeguard their infrastructure. Using their solutions, these organizations build and manage complex systems and operations that make the world work – from oil and gas, utilities, communications, and transportation networks to national security and public safety systems.

ERDAS Inc. offers a range of workflow solutions for photogrammetry, mapping, remote sensing, visualization, catalog management and exploitation of geospatial imagery. Enterprise organizations use this imagery as the basis for generating information for both education and decision making processes. As the expert in geospatial imaging, ERDAS facilitates the efficient capture of data, accurate referencing of imagery, easy measurement and analysis of 3D referenced information. ERDAS delivers an entire suite of geospatial solutions, enabling users to work across the enterprise to catalog and manage imagery resources, utilizing a variety of clients for imagery exploitation and data delivery.

After years, ORACLE remains the gold standard for database technology and applications in enterprises throughout the world: The company is the world's leading supplier of software for information management, and the world's second largest independent software company. Oracle technology can be found in nearly every industry, and in the data centers of 98 of the Fortune 100 companies. Oracle is the first software company to develop and deploy 100 percent internet-enabled enterprise software across its entire product line: database, business applications, and application development and decision support tools.

SAFE SOFTWARE Inc. specializes in Spatial ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) technologies. Founded in 1993, the company has since become the industry leader in spatial data interoperability. Safe Software’s focus is on providing software solutions and professional services that deliver seamless data access and format translation.

Smallworld technology  offers a range of Geospatial Services to help communications companies, utilities, and other users of geospatial information to design and manage their physical networks. GE Energy services are based on years of experience in photogrammetric mapping; GIS consulting and data conversion; and geospatial information technology (IT).