integraph

integraph

[′int·ə‚graf]
(engineering)
A device used for completing a mathematical integration by graphical methods.
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Banking on the growing demand for technology in combating the increasing crime rate around the world, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure launched Integraph InSight in 2018, which collects data from computer aided dispatch services and presents a comprehensive analysis in the form of interactive dashboards and reports that will help governmental and other public safety industries in enhancing their operations and reducing response times substantially.
Prior to joining Birmingham, Ala.-based Command Alkon, he was chief technology officer for Integraph Process, Power & Marine, where he led a cloud computing architecture transformation and grew product capabilities in such areas as mobile device platforms, visualization, augmented reality, Internet of Things, and analytics.
i) Graphical integration using an instrument Integraph (Hudson 1956).
In this case, Integraph is assigned the role of data creator.
Three Intel customers -- Compaq, Digital, and Integraph -- sued the microprocessor maker between 1995 and 1997 for infringing on their patents.
And in Pakistan, according to Barry Kefauver of Integraph Corporation, the government has prepared a road map for developing a comprehensive biometric database that will link all civil registry functions, such as birth certificates and driver's licenses.
3Dlabs Inc has unveiled its new Oxygen GVX210 high-end graphics board, claiming that it outperforms boards from Integraph Corp spin-off Intense3D and Evans & Sutherlands Computer Corp.
Other lease agreements brokered by Williams include Cartwright & Goodwin securities firm; Dornbush Mandelstam & Silverman, a law firm; Integraph Corporation, the supplier of solutions for enterprise-wide computer graphics and technical information management; La Linergie, a retail store; MJI Communications, a radio production center; Non-Ferrous International Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi International Corp.; and Toho Gas, a utility company.
For instance, the Integraph Network Analysis module, SPAN from TYDAC, and few others have optional modules to handle networks.
The RouterMaster II comes with a start controller and may be driven by AutoCAD, AutoSketch, Design Cad, Integraph Micro Desk or most CAD design packages, according to the company.