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As a department we pride ourselves in the high quality and up-to-date nature of our geospatial teaching, with the ultimate aim of preparing students for a career in the geospatial industry upon completion of their studies. ERDAS IMAGINE is a key component of the teaching we deliver on the undergraduate geography degree programme and at postgraduate level on the MSc Geographical Information Systems.

National Parks Receive Bespoke ERDAS IMAGINE Training

There are 15 National Park Authorities throughout the UK, with the GIS department playing an integral role in their management. Unfortunately, every national park has undergone budget cuts. In 2013, as a method of mitigation against these cuts, Sterling Geo created the National Parks Framework (NPF). The framework allows access to a pool of shared licenses for the full Hexagon Geospatial Power Portfolio, hosted on a central license server specifically designed for the National Park Authorities.

HxGN LOCAL UK 2016 is here!

Have you put the date in your diary? Last month we announced this year’s event will be taking place between 26-28 September. This month we have further details about HxGN LOCAL UK 2016 – our annual user conference organised to help you develop your skillset and build your knowledge of our entire product range, including the Hexagon Power Portfolio, FME, Hexagon M.App Portfolio, Ordnance Survey mapping and much more.

What's New in ERDAS IMAGINE v2016

Highlights: Over 100 new Spatial Modeler operators, 3rd party integrations, new sensor models, bug fixes and more...

FME and Leica Zeno

Sterling Geo has partnered with Leica Geosystems to develop an easier, more automated way of capturing and processing highly accurate assets collected in the field. The Leica Zeno 20 has two flavours - Android and Windows, and FME can assist with both.

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