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Eternix Ltd.

Eternix launches Blaze Point Cloud Extension

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Tel Aviv, Israel – Eternix today announced the release of its newest product, Blaze Point Cloud Extension, which runs on top of the high-end visualization applications Blaze View and Blaze Terra.

Blaze Point Cloud Extension enables GIS professionals to view a nearly unlimited number of points acquired by LIDAR and other sources, in real-time and without pre-processing. Point clouds from various sources can be instantly and seamlessly integrated into a single 3D GIS environment, on top of any geospatial data (raster, vector, terrain), and can further be reprojected and manipulated on-the-fly. In a fashion consistent with the Blaze family of products, comprehensive usage of the GPU and advanced streaming and filtering mechanisms deliver unmatched performance and viewing customizability.

“Real-time visualization of LIDAR data in its geographical context is a natural extension to our high-end products” said Yoav Zobel, VP Software Development. “The combination of Blaze Point Cloud Extension with Blaze Terra and its existing extensions creates a wealth of exciting opportunities for our end users.”

Eternix will be revealing the Blaze Point Cloud Extension at Intergeo 2011 (September 27-29, Nuremberg, Germany; Hall 7A, Booth E34).

About Eternix
Eternix Ltd. is a leading software company, developing high-performance visualization products. The company’s products are oriented towards the advanced geo-spatial user, enabling to process, re-project and manipulate files of virtually any size and format, in real-time and without pre-processing. The Blaze family of products includes several applications as well as complementary extensions, delivering outstanding performance and unparalleled user experience.

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