Nieuw Ankara R&D- centrum zal gebruikers helpen innovatieve fotogrammetrie te verbinden met GIS
REDLANDS, Californië – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Esri, de wereldleider op het gebied van locatie-informatie, kondigde vandaag de overname aan van Zibumi Yazılım Bilişim Tasarım Arge Sanayi Ticaret S.A. (“Zibumi”), een softwareontwikkelingsbedrijf met hoofdkantoor in Turkije.
De producten van Zibumi – erkend voor hun unieke en geautomatiseerde methoden voor het maken van 3D-gegevens – werden aan zijn klanten geleverd als de “CitiGenius” -familie van applicaties. Het softwareontwikkelingsteam van Zibumi, met zijn sterke banden met zowel de academische wereld als GIS-gebruikers, zal dienen als de hub van het nieuwe R&D- centrum van Esri in Ankara, Turkije.
Esri Acquires Zibumi to Enhance 3D Visualization Capabilities
New Ankara R&D Center Will Help Users Connect Innovative Photogrammetry to GIS
REDLANDS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Esri, the global leader in location intelligence, announced today the acquisition of Zibumi Yazılım Bilişim Tasarım Arge Sanayi Ticaret S.A. (“Zibumi”), a software development company headquartered in Turkey.
Zibumi’s products—recognized for their unique and automated 3D data creation methods—were delivered to its customers as the “CitiGenius” family of applications. The Zibumi software development team, with its strong connections to academia as well as GIS users, will serve as the hub of Esri’s new R&D Center in Ankara, Turkey.
“We see the integration of our software team into Esri as the next logical step in our continued commitment to the general mapping and GIS community around the world,” said Erdal Yilmaz, Director of the Esri R&D Center, Ankara, Turkey.
Well known in Turkey and the surrounding region, Zibumi is a developer of innovative visualization, analysis, and simulation capabilities leveraging game engines, which Zibumi efficiently connects to 3D geospatial data. Acquiring Zibumi will help advance Esri’s software in the areas of 3D visualization and simulation, and will also expand the ongoing integration of game engine technologies into ArcGIS.
“We are excited to have the Zibumi team join us as Esri’s newest R&D Center,” said Sud Menon, Esri director of software development. “There is strong synergy between their work and our ongoing advancements for users in the areas of 3D GIS, game engines, and photogrammetry for precision mapping and reality capture, and we look forward to their contributions.”
“We highly respect the Ankara software development team and see this as a way to complement and extend our technology and services,” said Jack Dangermond, Esri founder and president. “The acquisition of Zibumi will provide the Esri software development team with new capabilities for integrating physical modeling into our advanced applications, while also extending our development team by creating a new lab in Ankara.”
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