SimActive releases Correlator3D version 8.4
SimActive has released version 8.4 of its Correlator3D photogrammetry solution, the company announced on 14 January.
Version 8.4 includes significant acceleration, with speeds that are multiple times faster compared to previous releases.
Correlator3D is an end-to-end photogrammetry solution for the generation of high-quality geospatial data from satellite and aerial imagery, including UAS. It performs aerial triangulation and produces dense digital surface models, digital terrain models, point clouds, orthomosaics, 3D models and vectorized 3D features.
Correlator3D 8.4 allows a dynamic allocation of hardware resources, reducing potential bottlenecks from PC components. For example, solid states drives are used more efficiently by the software, as well as additional CPU cores and extra RAM.
Louis Simard, CTO at SimActive, said: ‘While we were already way ahead with our processing speeds, version 8.4 further increases our advance. Time is of the essence for our clients, and any gain gives them a definitive competitive advantage.’
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