Compute, manipulate, and visualize indexed spatial data.
Read to or write from high data volume, column-oriented data storage.
Upload, download, or list files directly to and from FME.
Upload and download data from the open-source open data portal.
Connect to this message broker to send receive, acknowledge, or count messages.
Use FME to remotely access grids available in the latest version of PROJ.
Read computed georeferenced map tiles for the web.
Read vector web services into workflows in a modern way.
Write to Universal Scene Description (USD), an open source format for 3D scenes and models.
We’ve been fine-tuning the inner workings of FME to make transformers easier to configure, perform faster than ever, and process streaming data in real-time. Please keep your arms, legs, and all items within your workspace at all times.
Integrate Streaming Data
With the brand new feature Streams in FME Server, it’s easier than ever to integrate streaming data and IoT for continuous, real time data processing.
Streaming data of any volume, from low or sporadic to dedicated high volume where low latency is a requirement, are perfect for Streams. As an alternative to bulk or batch workflows, Streams enables data to be processed before it’s stored so you can summarize, filter, and use data the way you need to.
Finally! No more struggling to remember the exact values in your source data.
Now when configuring Test or TestFilter clauses, you can start typing and see matching values or simple use checkboxes.
Specially made for all you FME Hub users and contributors, the parameter manager is here to save the day.
Use a simple drag and drop interface (...does that sound familiar?) to build user parameter dialogs for workspaces and custom transformers. This makes the process of sharing your creations easier. Recipients and users of your work will only need to adjust the parameters you’ve specifically requested instead of needing to fill in more than what your workspace or custom transformer requires.
With more updates to Automations in FME Server, it’s even easier to manage integration patterns and maximize the value of your data.
We are setting the groundwork for autoscaling so you always have the engine capacity that’s best for your specific needs.
With FME 2021 you can access job statistics, fine-tune Automations based on how long each node takes to run, and access historical, current, and predicted load information.