IVS 3D Continues to Pursue Innovation with the Addition of Chief System Architect

Maurice Doucet Hired as Chief System Architect to the IVS Development Team.

Portsmouth, NH, January 16, 2009 --(PR.com)-- IVS 3D has appointed Maurice Doucet to the software development team as the Chief Systems Architect in the Portsmouth, NH office.

With over 20 years of experience in the software industry, Mr. Doucet brings significant experience in commercial product development from consumer applications to real-time sensor control and data visualization. He joins IVS from Triton Imaging where he was the Chief Technology Officer responsible for leading the development of sonar acquisition and processing software.

Mr. Doucet’s role will initially focus on a joint project with the Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping, University of New Hampshire, which is partly funded by a grant from the New Hampshire Innovation Research Center. The project addresses the data extraction, analysis and visualization of water column data from single beam and multibeam sonars. The development from this project will address the requirements of both the hydrographic and fisheries users in the emerging uses of these data.

Lindsay Gee, CEO for IVS 3D, stated “We are delighted to have Maurice onboard, and I have no doubt that his knowledge and experience will strength the already broad expertise of our development team. This will directly benefit our customers by keeping our products at the leading edge of technology.”

Interactive Visualization Systems' (IVS3D) was founded in 1995 as the developer of the Fledermaus 3D visualization and analysis software suite. Government, commercial and academic clients in all areas of ocean mapping use the software internationally.

The Fledermaus software stands apart in providing scientists and engineers with interactive and intuitive tools for processing, quality control and analysis of multibeam sonar and related data. Its use significantly improves efficiencies in areas such as; nautical charting, geologic interpretation, the assessment of seabed habitats, planning routes for pipelines and cables, and the identification of geohazards during engineering development.

The company has offices in Canada, USA, and the UK, and a worldwide distribution network. For more information about the company and products, visit www.ivs3d.com.

Carole Mahoney