NORTH BETHESDA, Maryland, USA, June 21, 2016 – Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc. (PTFS), today announced that it has integrated ClearTerra® LocateXT software with its flagship Knowvation GS™ Geospatial Content Management Systems (GeoCMS) to enhance Knowvation’s ability to geotag unstructured text. PTFS’s Knowvation GS GeoCMS software is recognized for supporting non-traditional geospatial information and other non-standard geospatial products. Analysts need to efficiently extract numerical geospatial coordinates from textual documents to properly geotag these files. LocateXT technology can automatically extract thousands of variations of geo-coordinate formats including (DD, DM, DMS, UTM, and MGRS). The LocateXT Application Programming Interface (API) integration utilizes… read more →
NORTH BETHESDA, Maryland, USA, February 19, 2016 – Progressive Technology Federal Systems Inc. (PTFS), today announced that it will participate in the beta program of Drone2Map™ for ArcGIS(R). Drone2Map, turns raw still imagery from drones into professional 2D and 3D imagery products. The desktop app will produce affordable imagery on demand for land analysis, infrastructure inspection, and monitoring events such as natural disasters or environmental changes. In the beta program, PTFS will use its Droneware™ Geospatial Content Management Systems (GeoCMS) alongside Drone2Map. Droneware facilitates the storage, discovery and dissemination of virtually any type of sensor data captured by an Unmanned… read more →
PTFS will exhibit at the GIS for Transportation (GIS-T) Symposium April 4-7, 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina. The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) sponsors the annual GIS for Transportation Symposium. It is a chance for government and private industry personnel who are interested in using GIS for transportation purposes to get together and share experiences, see state-of-art software and learn more about this field. See more at: http://www.gis-t.org/. PTFS will be exhibiting its flagship product Knowvation GSTM as well as its latest product DronewareTM. Both these geospatial content management systems (GeoCMS) provide discovery, exploitation and dissemination… read more →
PTFS will attend the NSGIC conference February 23-25 2016 in Annapolis Maryland. NSGIC is an organization committed to efficient and effective government through the prudent adoption of Geospatial Information Technologies (GIT). NSGIC provides a unified voice on geographic information and technology issues, advocates State interests, and supports its membership in their statewide initiatives. See more at: https://www.nsgic.org/about-nsgic#sthash.vgFAFfBO.AKQPxbyv.dpuf
*republished with permission from Geospatial Intelligence Forum* John Yokley has over 30 years of experience in the field of engineering management and information systems in support of government and industry. He established PTFS in 1995 to service the federal government and support the management of the increasing growth rate of information by providing and supporting digital content management solutions and related services. He launched multiple new vertical market strategies in 2006 and expanded the ArchivalWare Enterprise Content Management System (CMS) software product line to support digital library markets and exploit emerging geospatial intelligence and government declassification requirements. Q: How and why did… read more →
North Bethesda, MD- October 19, 2012- PTFS recently exhibited at the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s GEOINT 2012 Symposium held October 8-11 at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, Florida. PTFS was located in Booth #901, a part of the USGIF New Member Pavilion, as a benefit of its new membership with USGIF. PTFS presented multiple “mini-briefings” each hour of ArchivalWare GS showcasing and highlighting the enterprise content management solution’s full text searching capabilities and ability to locate geo-tagged areas of interest. Dan Quinn, VP of Sales and Marketing, gave more technical, in-depth demonstrations of ArchivalWare GS, which illustrated ArchivalWare’s various… read more →
PTFS has expanded its ArchivalWare GS functionality to now include leading GIS vendors including Esri. The new functionality now provides options for GUI: Standard ArchivalWare GS Google Earth Interface or Esri Interface. In addition, ArchivalWare GS users can now catalog all Geospatial data formats supported by Esri to include imagery. Users will also have the ability to choose between google and Esri map viewers depending on their preference. Combining industry leading geographic information system (GIS) with standard ArchivalWare ECM functionality provides organizations the ability to manage all of their content in a geospatially aware manor.