March 29, 2011 -- Snowflake Software, specialists in standards based data exchange, has been supporting its Dutch customers with the newly released TOP50NL via its market leading loading tool, GO Loader.
The Base Registration Topography (BRT) data set was launched less than two weeks ago by Dutch Kadaster and is the latest model to be released in the open standard, GML, by the national mapping agency.
GO Loader, the market leader for loading and managing GML, is being used throughout The Netherlands to handle several existing GML data models such as IMRO, TOP10NL and IMGeo. Its unique ‘schema aware’ technology enables GO Loader to load the new data set without the need for infrastructure change or coding. And it is this same technology that positions GO Loader at the front of the pack for handling future datasets, straight out of the box.
To support the release of TOP50NL, Snowflake Software will be running an educational webinar ‘Loading and Managing TOP50NL in your Database’ which will cover Loading and Managing as well as visualising the data in your GIS. Snowflake also offers the only GML training courses in Europe.
Richard Rombouts, Technical sales Consultant comments:
“The use of GML as a standard for geographical data exchange is increasing and The Netherlands is continuing to develop new data models, positioning them at the forefront of standards based data exchange in Europe.” he continued; “Anyone who wants to find out more about getting the most from their TOP50NL data should register for our educational webinar.”
The webinar; Loading and Managing TOP50NL in your database, will be held at 3pm CET on Thursday 31 March 2011. Anyone interested in attending should REGISTER HERE for their place.
Anyone interested in understanding more about the GML, the open standard for data exchange should consider attending a GML Training Course.