Optimized Client/Server Architecture, Shared Workspaces, and Enhanced Information Visualization
PASADENA, California – August 12, 2013 – TouchTable, Inc. is proud to announce a groundbreaking new version of TouchShare, the company’s industry leading software for enterprise-wide geospatial collaboration and shared visualization. TouchShare Suite 7 sets the standard for seamless, multi-device collaboration with the introduction of shared virtual workspaces, called Sessions, which allow multiple users to easily visualize, analyze and share data.
“TouchShare Sessions take real-time global collaboration to the next level, giving users the ability to conduct multiple, simultaneous discussions”, said TouchTable CEO, Robert Pette. “Map-based discussions can be shared across the enterprise and beyond, with an emphasis on improving situational awareness among internal and external entities“. TouchShare allows intelligence analysts, decision makers, operation and decision centers, field personnel and state and local agencies to share a common operating picture. With the ability to initiate, join and continue sharing geospatial data in multiple concurrent Sessions users can quickly navigate between different tasks or projects, facilitating decision making in rapidly changing situations.
With the new release of TouchShare, users will also enjoy a revamped user interface, placing tools and moderation controls at their fingertips. Enhanced functionality includes collaboration across dissimilar datasets (i.e. ArcGIS® and Google Earth®), drag and drop file integration using TouchShare Google Earth (e.g. .KML and .CSV), and interactive control of metadata and auxiliary monitors using TouchShow® shared visualization software.
Unlike any other collaborative tools on the market, TouchShow gives users the ability to “fling” metadata associated with shape files or assets (e.g. URL based images, PDFs, videos, and web pages) to auxiliary monitors for shared analysis and improved storytelling. Through this “fling” gesture, data is transferred from the main display to connected TouchShow displays that are in room and/or remotely located. TouchShow has the capacity to control up to 4 screens and accommodate a wide array of screen and room configurations.
“The release of TouchShare Suite 7 marks a renaissance for TouchTable as we expand our software and hardware offerings to enable a world-class collaboration environment, running on multiple devices anywhere in the world,” says Mr. Pette.
TouchShare Suite 7 supports touch and non-touch devices running Windows XP, 7 and 8, ArcGIS 9.3 and above and Google Earth Plug-in 5.0 and above. For more information on TouchShare Suite 7 or other TouchTable offerings, please contact us at Email Contactor 214-415-5362.
About TouchTable, Inc.
TouchTable, Inc. designs, develops and integrates multi-touch solutions, including TouchTable hardware and TouchShare geospatial collaboration software. The TouchTable family of products provides a rich environment for collaboration, visualization and data fusion in the Defense and Intelligence, Oil and Gas, Public Safety, Homeland Security, Telecommunications and Health and Human Services fields. TouchTable is headquartered in Pasadena, California. Learn more about TouchTable, Inc. at http://www.touchtable.com or Email Contact.