Intergraph Debuts Next Generation Integrated Outage & Workforce Management Technology.
InService Delivers Core Enhancements, Incorporates oneMobile Functionality
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ala (a´lah) pl. a´lae [L.] a winglike process. . -- Intergraph Corporation today announced InService version 8.
Core enhancements of this release include support for a Citrix environment, Outlook-based calendar scheduling and viewing, a switching simulator (1) Software that enables the execution of an application written for a different computer environment. Same as emulator.
(2) Software that models the interactions of hypothetical or real-world objects or business processes. , and improvements to schematics generation. The InService mobile environment incorporates Intergraph's oneMobile functionality, delivering integration of query and redlining Identifying text that has been changed in a word processing document by displaying it in a special color, for example. It allows the original author of the text or other users to see ongoing revisions. The term comes from manual editing where a red pen is used to mark up the pages. capabilities and stronger customization tools. OneMobile enables a common mobile platform for not only emergency response, but all field applications for the world's leading utilities and communications organizations.
With InService 8, Intergraph has introduced enhanced capabilities for critical infrastructure protection Department of Defense (DOD) program to identify and protect assets critical to the Defense Transportation System. Loss of a critical asset would result in failure to support the mission of a combatant commander. through modules providing integrated, two way communications with video, sensor, and alarm surveillance. Additionally, InService is now certified See certification. for Oracle on 64-bit Windows and Red Hat Linux Red Hat Linux, assembled by Red Hat, was a popular, "middle-aged" Linux distribution (not as old as Slackware but older than Ubuntu) upon its discontinuation in 2004.
Red Hat Linux 1.0 was released on November 3, 1994. .
"Intergraph's technologies, such as InService, provide utility organizations across the world with integrated geospatial Geospatial is a term widely used to describe the combination of spatial software and analytical methods with terrestrial or geographic datasets. The term is often used in conjunction with geographic information systems and geomatics. information systems to manage assets and resources," said Jay Stinson, vice president and general manager Intergraph Utilities and Communications. "With this release, our customers are empowered to further reduce IT and business-related risks, and to meet the demands of a competitive market environment by reducing costs, boosting reliability performance, and improving customer service."
For more information on InService, please visit www.intergraph.com/inservice.
Intergraph Corporation is the leading global provider of spatial information management (SIM) software. Security organizations, businesses and governments in more than 60 countries rely on the company's spatial technology and services to make better and faster operational decisions. Intergraph's customers organize vast amounts of complex data into understandable visual representations, creating intelligent maps, managing assets, building and operating better plants and ships and protecting critical infrastructure and millions of people around the world. For more information, visit www.intergraph.com.
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