Geospatial collaboration

GCN Tech brief

In October, Autodesk Inc. of San Rafael, Calif., (www.autodesk.com) will release new geospatial collaboration and management software, Autodesk Topobase 2007. Topobase can pool computer-aided design, geographical information system and customer information files into a centralized database. The company will offer a series of modules for Topobase to fit various infrastructure designs, such as for those for wastewater management and electrical systems. Each module will come with a data model, display model and workflow.

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Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.

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