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PTFS at GIS-T

Progressive Technology Federal Systems Inc. (PTFS), a provider of its own Content Services Platform (CSP), Knowvation™. PTFS will showcase brand new enhanced features in Knowvation GS that offers new data integrations for searching and discovering of geospatial and non-geospatial data in booth 421 at the GIS-T conference and will be exhibiting in the expo hall from April 14-17 in Minneapolis, MN. PTFS will demonstrate the importance of data discovery for geospatial, non-spatial and many other file formats.

 

PTFS will be showcasing amazing customer projects and future implementations of Knowvation GS. The latest noteworthy improvements are and enhance and upgraded UI, enhanced ArcGIS Integration, PayPal integration, further enhanced records management capabilities, and unique features for the Transportation and State/Local industries. The combination of powerful query tools and intuitive interfaces allows for quick and easy access to enterprise information following a data governance standard and more accessible data.

 

AASHTO has been hosting the GIS-T symposium since 1989 and provides a gateway for any all transportation GIS professionals to learn, discuss and hear about all the great new technologies that exist to help transportation agencies accomplish their mission. This even has formal and informal training sessions, forums for discussions, workshops and networking socials. See you there!


About PTFS:

Progressive Technology Federal Systems Inc. (PTFS) is a leading Geospatial Content Services Platform (CSP) provider for Federal, Civilian, Defense, and Intelligence agencies as well as State, Local and Academic organizations. PTFS' Knowvation GS™ platform supports a variety of CONOPS that manage vast quantities of geospatial sensor information and other all-source data obtained from a diverse set of sources including satellite, airborne/drone and open source. Established in 1995 and headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, just outside Washington, D.C., PTFS launched its flagship CSP offering, Knowvation™ (originally ArchivalWare™) in 2000. The Knowvation GeoCSP suite of applications is entirely web-based