Traditional Paper Charts in Electronic Format

Press Release
Thursday, September 20, 2012

Seazone Solutions introduce SeaZone HydroView|Charts for use where marine data needs to be displayed rather than analysed.

SeaZone HydroView|Charts offer full global coverage, having been created from digitised and geo-referenced paper charts for GIS display, human interpretation and contextual mapping. These raster map layers are available for immediate use in Geographic Information Systems for a range of applications, without the need for additional software, add-ons or plug-ins, resulting in gains in time and performance.

HydroView Charts provides ideal backdrop mapping for a variety of applications from desktop to Internet.  They can be also combined with existing datasets to make the display and dissemination of maps within reports or over the Internet simple and effective.

Keiran Millard, Group Manager of SeaZone says “Our customers are very familiar with traditional navigation charts.  Our HydroView product range provides electronic versions of these charts and also prepares for our new range of products designed for where marine data needs to be used for display rather than for spatial analysis”.

SeaZone Solutions is an operating division of HR Wallingford Ltd. and is a leader in marine geospatial data and information. The company produces a range of innovative data products which include SeaZone HydroSpatial, the first ‘off the shelf’ authoritative digital marine map, and SeaZone TruDepth Grids, providing one seamless layer of best available UK bathymetry.

 

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