PDF3D Ramps Up Earth Science Support with Geospatial 3D PDF Release
PDF3D® PDF3D’s latest product suite 2.8.0 release brings the simplicity of 3D PDF to the increasingly complex world of geospatial modeling, analysis and communication for geo-scientists.
London, UK, September 16, 2013 – PDF3D® have been fast to respond to the growing challenges in geospatial communication by creating a set of features within their popular 3D PDF software suite, specifically designed to help location-based industry professionals.
“Acquisition, processing and modeling technology is increasing data size and complexity at an incredible rate within GeoINT, Oil &Gas, Marine, Mining and Civil Engineering environments. It’s an exciting time for geospatial professionals, but as a result, it has become increasingly difficult to communicate geospatially accurate reports to others who can’t access the primary geospatial modeling software platforms,” explained Ian Curington of PDF3D.
“We’ve been working closely with some of the largest geographic systems organizations in the world over the past two years to develop a solution that doesn’t add to an engineer’s workflow but instead simplifies it. The end result is a suite of tools that enables geo-scientists to easily convert multiple formats of data into 2D and 3D PDF that can be viewed, shared and accessed by everyone with the free Adobe Reader® without plugins and multi-vendor installations. We’re delighted with the early response from geospatial professionals.”
PDF3D, owned by Visual Technology Services, is building on its already solid reputation within the scientific communities for its PDF conversion tools. The company has invested heavily into updating their suite of software products to provide an unrivalled level of compression, ease of use and range of supported formats in 3D PDF conversion. The geospatial PDF generation includes patented state-of-the-art encoding methods to achieve effective and highly usable PDF reports.
Geospatial professionals and software developers interested in learning more about the new release can visit the website at www.pdf3d.com. PDF3D Version 2.8.0 is available immediately for trial or purchase.