T-Kartor demonstrates GT at DGI Conference

Last week the Defence Geospatial Intelligence Conference was held at QEII Conference Centre in London.

The take home message from DGI was; getting the right data at the right time to the right user.

T-Kartor in coordination with Babcock UK and Harris Corporation demonstrated GT with full end to end support from our partners.

GT offers a platform to unify all users of an organization. Ensuring changes in the data and areas of interest are conveyed to the user immediately. Inputs from all levels of an organization from the strategic command to the tactical edge should be shared and disseminated quickly and efficiently. Regardless of system, user GIS knowledge or mission.

We received fantastic feedback and looking forward to exciting opportunities in 2017.

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T-Kartor to produce Air charts for Norwegian Defence

T-Kartor has once again been awarded a contract for outsourced production of Air charts for FMGT in the Norwegian Defence for a period up to seven years. The contract involves continous production of all types of Norwegian air chart in any format and scales ranging from 1:50.000 to 1:1.000.000. T-Kartor will also continue to be responsible for the Correction Facility and create all needed information for NOTAM and CHADNOR. This contract will also focus on enhancing the Cartographic Level in each product and create a new standard for symbology and cartography.

T-Kartor has been responsible for the production of the Air Charts for the Norwegian Defence since 2004 and have provided continous development and cost reduction. T-Kartor has also been responsible for producing ICAO maps including NOTAM for the civil avition authority Avinor.

“This is yet more proof of our long-term customer relationships with close cooperation and a continous development of new services. This new contract will focus on Product-On-Demand production with complete NAVPLAN deliveries for each AIRAC date. We look forward to developing next generation NAVPLANs and Cartographic production methods together with FMGT”
Erik Körling, Managing Director T-Kartor Content Management