SimActive Inc. has announced the widespread adoption of its Correlator3D product by Phase One camera users across the globe. This collaboration simplifies data processing in aerial imaging applications, saving users time and optimizing output.
Correlator3D, known for its ability to handle various imagery sources, now accommodates both small sensors like the IXM-50 commonly used in drones and larger ones like the PAS 880i NIR with oblique and nadir systems for citywide mapping. This adaptability positions SimActive as a key player in aerial imaging software.
Correlator3D features seamless import of large projects in Phase One’s native IIQ format. This eliminates the need for converting data to TIF, reducing project setup time, which is particularly advantageous when dealing with extensive datasets. The processing workflow remains consistent across different sensor sizes.
Correlator3D generates a range of outputs, including Digital Surface Models (DSMs), Digital Terrain Models (DTMs), point clouds, orthomosaics, and 3D meshes.
Kevin Graville, System Sales Manager at Phase One, commented on the collaboration, stating, “The ability to seamlessly import our native IIQ format shows that SimActive’s software effectively uses our 16-bit data. Correlator3D’s capability to handle extensive datasets aligns with our clients’ expectations.”
SimActive’s Correlator3D streamlines the workflow for Phase One camera users and enhances data processing in the aerial imaging industry. This collaboration elevates both SimActive’s position as a technology provider and Phase One cameras’ capabilities.
Don’t miss SimActive and Phase One’s upcoming webinar, this Thursday August 17. Offered at multiple times to accommodate users all over the world, Cameras on Drones and Aircraft: Is Bigger Always Better? features guest speaker Kevin Graville, System Sales Manager at Phase One. Register here.
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