Washington, D.C. - February 13-14, 2017 - PTFS will be attending the annual Esri Federal GIS Symposium the week of February 13th. PTFS is an Esri silver Partner and we will be in the exhibit hall at booth S3 on Monday and Tuesday where we will be performing live Demos of our Geospatial Content Management System, Knowvation GS™. Knowvation is currently being used by many federal agencies to manage very wide and diverse sets of content. The annual ESRI Federal GIS conference is one of the greatest ways for an agency or organization to explore the world of GIS technologies relating to the capture, creation, storage, and management of vast quantities of Geospatial data. In an age of information, the value that can be gained from events like these are incomparable. PTFS will also be doing a Drone Give-a-Way for each day of the conference so be sure to stop by and register for a chance to win one of the Drones that we will be giving away!
PTFS develops Geospatial Content Management (GeoCMS) software and solutions for Federal, Civilian, Defense, and Intelligence agencies as well as State, Local and Academic organizations. PTFS' Knowvation GS™ analytics 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. PTFS' Droneware™ is a SaaS GeoCMS product hosted in the Amazon cloud that allows secure management and discovery of UAV/UAS data accessible from anywhere, anytime!
Progressive Technology Federal Systems Inc. (PTFS) is a leading provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions to federal, civilian, defense and intelligence agencies. Established in 1995 and headquartered in North Bethesda, Md., just outside Washington, D.C., PTFS launched its flagship ECM offering, Knowvation™ (originally ArchivalWare™) in 2000. The Knowvation GeoCMS suite of applications is entirely web-based and best known for providing content management capability in geospatial, declassification and library operations.