|SimActive Inc presents its new seamline technology at Map Asia 2010 in Kuala Lumpur. Integrated as part of the mosaic creation module within the Correlator3D software suite, the new technology automatically creates intelligent seamlines that systematically weave around structures resulting in extremely precise mosaics with seamless transitions.|
"The new technology drastically reduces the need for editing and will allow customers to process projects even faster than previously possible", said Louis Simard, Chief Technology Officer at SimActive. "We are pleased to showcase our new technology at Map Asia 2010 with our partner in Southeast Asia, Credent Technology."
Designed for speed and ease of use, Correlator3D consists of fully automated software tools for the production of digital surface models (DSM) and digital terrain models (DTM), the creation of orthophotos and mosaics, and the detection of 3D changes. Correlator3D is significantly simpler and faster than currently available tools. Highly trained personnel are no longer mandatory.
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