GTI Introduces Version 8.0 of the GTViewer Suite

Graphic Technologies, Inc. (GTI) today announced a major release of its GTViewer suite of mobile GIS applications. Version 8.0 of GTViewer, GT/Field, GTWeb, GTData, and the GTViewer SDK are now available.

Madison, Alabama – November 6, 2008 -- GTViewer is the cornerstone of the mobile GIS suite and continues to deliver high performance GIS viewing, ease-of-use, and powerful GIS analysis capabilities. Version 8.0 provides many new productivity enhancements and usability refinements including feature tooltips, GPS reference points, and advanced redline manipulations. GTViewer is not only a GIS analysis and viewing application, it is also a development platform which fully supports Visual Studio .NET for extending its functionality and creating custom applications.

GT/Field provides a GIS data capture solution for Windows laptops and tablets as well as Windows Mobile devices and phones. GT/Field is used for field inventory, pole or valve inspections, joint-use identification, GPS point collection or rectification, data validation, incident reporting, and much more. Version 8.0 of GT/Field is a major upgrade from previous versions and provides a new GUI-based, forms-driven Administrator for easily creating and modifying data collection applications without the need for developing, coding, or editing parameter files. Version 8.0 also adds new data capture types, photo support, mission data, and reporting capabilities.

Version 8.0 of the GTViewer SDK provides updates and new features for the GTViewer ActiveX Control (GTVx) as well as providing the new GTViewer.NET Controls for Windows and Windows Mobile development. The .NET Controls were specifically designed for .NET development and take advantage of many features this development platform offers. Use VB.NET, C#, or C++ to add GTViewer’s functionality to any .NET application or to build custom GTViewer applications specific to your workflows.

Version 8.0 of the GTViewer suite provides a new level of support for getting the most value out of your GIS investment. Find out more about the GTViewer suite of mobile GIS applications at www.gti-us.com.

Contact: Michael Rogers, 256.774.5245 Mike.Rogers@gti-us.com



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