Correlator3D v3.0 with Satellite Imagery Support30/09/2010
|SimActive is to unveil version 3.0 of Correlator3D at INTERGEO in Cologne, Germany. Amongst the improvements is support for satellite imagery such as GeoEye and WorldView. The DSM generation module was further improved leading to a higher level of accuracy while processing speeds are four times faster than previous versions. A number of new tools were introduced to facilitate data import and ease integration of the software into existing workflows.|
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.
Read more about: 3D satellite software imagery
Supplier: Simactive Inc.
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