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GeoSpatial Experts' logo. Click here to visit the GeoSpatial Experts website! PRESS RELEASE: GPS-Photo Link 2.1 Adds Support for Trimble and Leica GPS Receivers, plus ArcView 8.x Extension

Fort Collins, Colorado, November 12th, 2002

GeoSpatial Experts is pleased to announce the release of GPS-Photo Link version 2.1. The new version extends current functionality beyond the basics of linking a photo with the location of where it was taken.

Perhaps the most anticipated feature is an ArcView 8.x extension. With the press of a button, map points are hot-linked to photos and background maps are automatically loaded. Hover over a point, and a thumbnail of the photo will popup.

New features in the 2.1 versions of GPS-Photo Link include:

  • Use almost any GPS including Garmin, Trimble, Leica, Magellan
  • ESRI ArcGIS 8.x Extension
  • Use Garmin Waypoints instead of track logs
  • Use USGS Topo and Aerial Images (auto registered for ArcView)
  • EXIF GPS support for cameras that connect to GPS (Nikon D1, Kodak DCS, Casio QV4000GX)
  • Clickable overview maps
  • Import raw NMEA files (including compass heading information)
  • Manually enter position for photos
  • Supports TIFF files from cameras
  • Supports GPS Datalogger hardware
Other popular features include:
  • Supports most digital cameras
  • Watermark photos with position information
  • Supports different Datums and Grid Coordinates
  • Creates HTML output with overview maps and thumbnails
  • Creates ESRI Shape Files for use in desktop GIS applications
  • ArcView 3.x Extension
The new features can be viewed by downloading a free trial version online at www.GeoSpatialExperts.com. Existing users can upgrade for free by installing the new version over the current version. The retail price of GPS-Photo Link is $229.

(First posted on Wednesday, November 13, 2002 at 17:04 EST)

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