For professionals in GIS industries, Wacom products provide an intuitive way to work with maps and other geographic information, including editing digital layers and annotating or inking on existing content.
Wacom revolutionizes the way that professionals interact with GIS data with its line of Interactive Pen Displays, designed to provide a more intuitive way to work with geospatial data and speed the creation, management, and sharing of information. Using a pen on an Interactive Pen Display, GIS experts, managers, and technical staff in commercial and government businesses can quickly and easily create original content, edit maps, and work with information directly on screen.
When paired with ESRI's ArcGIS™ 10, the pen display provides an ideal solution for a fully collaborative and streamlined workflow, helping optimize efficiency and productivity. Agencies such as AMEC, Idaho Department of Water Resources, Chateau Ste. Michelle Wineries and USGS have used Wacom technology for cross-departmental collaborative data production and management of water infrastructure, mapping and modeling regional water rights, crop management and yield analysis for vineyards, and real-time support for emergency response.
Wacom's interactive pen displays help exploration geologists and geophysicists improve seismic processing interpretation and increase workflow efficiency. The ability to work directly with information on-screen is a natural and intuitive way to work with visual data.
The DTU-2231 is the first HD pen display for GIS professionals. Its 21.5" widescreen LCD provides a generous area for working directly on screen.
Wacom revolutionizes the way that professionals interact with GIS data with its line of Interactive Pen Displays, designed to provide a more intuitive way to work with geospacial data and speed the creation, management, and sharing of information.
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