FME Flow is commonly used to integrate business systems through data transformation processes run on a schedule. Often synchronising the data repositories of different applications hourly, daily, or weekly is acceptable however, FME Flow supports alternate usage patterns that may be a better fit for some scenarios. Let’s take a closer look.
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The latest FME release delivers some exciting new and improved features that will continue your organisation’s ability to enhance collaboration, improve data quality and maximise resource allocation – let’s jump straight in and take a look!
FME Flow Automations and Automation keys enable the distribution of messages through Automations, delivering well organised, customisable workflows that bring value to your organisation.
Datetime data can be complicated to work with but has great value to an organization. Many systems and data sources have datetime fields which can be used to extend the value of your data, delivering better quality reporting and data analysis.
Building Information Modelling – BIM for short, is a complex, detailed model which is full of valuable information enabling you to share, analyse, and store data across different formats. BIM data can be transformed, integrated, or validated using FME processes
Using a combination of FME and ESRI tools, Auckland Airport built a solution that completely overhauled the biosecurity mosquito inspection processes, significantly reducing manual data processing and improving data accuracy.
Most of us spend 90% of our time indoors but almost none of that is mapped.Customers expect a seamless experience from start to finish and indoor mapping is a key enabler. Indoor Mapping Data Format (IMDF) provides a comprehensive model for any indoor location; a basis for orientation, navigation and discovery.
Don Murray, Co-Founder and President of Safe Software in association with Locus; Safe Software Platinum Partner New Zealand and Australia presents the future of FME.
Join host Ruby Donaldson and Locus FME Certified Professionals as they evaluate specific FME features and functionality of FME 2020. Topics covered include: FME Flow Applications, Map Picker Functionality, Effective User Parameter Use, FME Flow and Automations, Machine Learning & AWS, the perils of autosave and server versioning.