Wednesday, September 19, 2007

“SDI 1.0” Extension for ArcGIS Now Shipping

CarbonArc PRO testing the new NSDI Framework Data Service over the U.S. The NSDI Framework Data WFS and one from EPA is being accessed over the Bay St. Louis area, a region hit hard by Hurricane Katrina

I'm pleased to announce the availability of CarbonArc® PRO for ArcGIS 9.2 - providing OGC® Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) 1.0 interoperability for ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.2 software. OGC SDI 1.0 is a selected suite of standards from the Open Geospatial Consortium, Inc.

In the last few months we've seen the public sector embracing SDI 1.0 interoperability and CarbonArc PRO wraps this suite of standards into tools that are easy to use. This product leads a growing movement for standards-based commercial software and will immediately benefit government agencies and commercial enterprises.

“The Carbon Project offers excellent support for OGC® standards. Carbon Project’s SDI 1.0 ArcGIS extension provides ArcGIS users additional options for enhanced interoperability,” said Satish Sankaran, Product Manager for Interoperability and Standards at ESRI.

“CarbonArc PRO provides a way to ease existing desktop GIS into SDI 1.0 interoperability with minimal expense and disruption,” says Nuke, our CTO and COO. “By plugging into ArcGIS, CarbonArc PRO lets people use any SDI 1.0 web service as an integral part of the GIS, including WMS, WFS, WFS-T, WCS, Filter Encoding, Gazetteer, GML, GMLsf and Catalog Services (CS-W).”

CarbonArc PRO will be featured at many upcoming events including GEOINT 2007 and other venues.

CarbonArc PRO was developed with CarbonTools PRO, an extension to the Microsoft .NET Framework allows software developers to add advanced geospatial interoperability to any Microsoft Windows application, including SDI 1.0.

To learn how CarbonArc PRO can help your organization or to discuss licensing options, you can contact or visit


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