05 10, 2015 | 0 comments
On April 2015 imajing along with Technopole Company - imajing's new official Russian partner - was exhibiting in GEO-Siberia trade show at Novosibirsk in Russia, to jointly present imajing® mobile mapping and GIS technologies to the Russian market.
On May 2015, imajing held a booth for the 2nd consecutive time at MundoGeo#Connect2015 trade show and met all the main actors of roads asset management and monitoring in Brazil.
On the 23rd of March 2015, in Paris, imajing participated in the DRC's (French network gathering 75 regional authorities together, responsible of the cycle ways development) cycle ways GIS data event.
Through this event, the DRC wanted to promote the GIS data use to geomatics specialists working in regional authorities, in order to help them manage bike paths.
During the conference, imajing gave a speech about tools and devices available to create GIS data from field digitalization. Its mobile mapping tool chain was welcomed with high interest, especially for its flexibility of use on bikes, as it enables to simply and rapidly collect field and GIS data. Today, several french regional authorities are equipped with imajbox and its processing tool chain, for their cycle ways assets management.
For the second consecutive year, imajing will be handling a booth at MundoGeo Connect trade show from the 5th to the 7th of May 2015. Save the date and don't hesitate to come visit us ! It will be the opportunity to discover our products improvements and to participate in demos based on brazilian road and rail surveys.
For the 6th consecutive year, imajing® exposed at Intergeo trade show the panel of its solutions specialized for field data acquisition and GIS data processing.
imajing exposed and presented its new range of products at MundoGeo#Connect2014 Fair, which was held from May 8th to 9th in São Paulo, Brazil. More than 4 500 visitors, researchers and entrepreneurs coming from over 30 countries attended the event.
06 03, 2013 | 0 comments
Imajing was exhibitor on the Hexagone Global Network conference in Las Vegas, with more than 3500 attendees from over 70 countries.