Falcon Eye demo on Microsoft Surface

April 13, 2009
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The guys from Infusion have put together a short video on their Falcon Eye Application for Microsoft surface, we did a demo of this at last year’s BI conference in Seattle. Falcon Eye is all about data navigation, but not just any old data navigation it’s like the action sports version of data navigation. What does it do? Besides looking really cool, Falcon Eye can drill through data, view the organization at any level, city county, state, global, it’s all about hands-on manipulation of your world and your data. Check out the video:

Falcon Eye supports importing data from a constantly growing list of sources including:
– ESRI Shapefiles & Geodatabases
– Microsoft SharePoint
– Microsoft Excel & Excel Services
– SQL Server 2005 and 2008
– Web Services and XML files
– CAD documents
– 3D Studio Max
– KML /Collada (Google Earth)
– Custom satellite imagery
– Standard video formats

If you’d like to learn more about Infusion, check them out at their website: http://www.infusion.com/

Or send them an email

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The guys from Infusion have put together a short video on their Falcon Eye Application for Microsoft surface, we did a demo of this at last year’s BI conference in Seattle. Falcon Eye is all about data navigation, but not just any old data navigation it’s like the action sports version of data navigation. What does it do? Besides looking really cool, Falcon Eye can drill through data, view the organization at any level, city county, state, global, it’s all about hands-on manipulation of your world and your data. Check out the video:

Falcon Eye supports importing data from a constantly growing list of sources including:
– ESRI Shapefiles & Geodatabases
– Microsoft SharePoint
– Microsoft Excel & Excel Services
– SQL Server 2005 and 2008
– Web Services and XML files
– CAD documents
– 3D Studio Max
– KML /Collada (Google Earth)
– Custom satellite imagery
– Standard video formats

If you’d like to learn more about Infusion, check them out at their website: http://www.infusion.com/

Or send them an email

Follow the word on

Twitter.

 


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