Posts Tagged 'Software'

GSD Calculator 4.23 released

The new version of GSD Calculator is available for download.

This version inncludes Trimble Gatewing UX5 UAV, Icaros IDM 600 wide & the new updated IDM 200 with 80 Megapixel sensor from Icaros and the Sony NEX-7, which is used by UAV/UAS operators.

You may also use the update button to get your latest version.

As always, the GSD calculator is free and comments and suggestions are always welcome.

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Windows 8.1 is coming – June 26th – Start Button comes back

Windows 8.1 is coming – June 26th – Start Button comes back

Microsoft will release Windows 8.1 preview on June 26.

 

Windows 8.1 previev page

 

What’s new:

Networking features optimized for mobile productivity. Windows 8.1 improves mobile productivity for today’s workforce with new networking capabilities that take advantage of NFC-tagged and Wi-Fi connected devices, including:

  • NFC tap-to-pair printing – Tap your Windows 8.1 device against an enterprise NFC-enabled printer and you’re all set to print. No more hunting on your network for the correct printer and no need to buy a special printer; just attach a ...
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GSD Calculator update – Version 4.21

GSD Calculator update – Version 4.21

latest Verison of GSD Calculator is available for download.

Some minor updates, such as introducing Gatewing X100 UAV, Nikon D3x, IGI DigiCAM H50 and solving a bugfix relating  Visual Intelligence IrisOne Stereo 19kps.

 

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Z/I Imaging introduces innovative PureColor Technology

Z/I Imaging’s new release of its Z/I Sensor software PPS V 6.6, will introduce the innovative PureColor Technology.

As part of a broader focus on radiometric enhancements and simplified processing, PureColor Technology will boost the dynamic range of the output image and protects all information collected even in high illuminated and shadow areas. In addition, the new PPS V 6.6 will reduce the time needed for manual adjustments and will provide a significant higher automation level for post processing parameter settings. 

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ASPRS 2013 video review

Unfortunately we are not able to visit this year’s ASPRS conference in Baltimore, probably you too.

Ranjy from GisCafe took some interesting video interviews as every year:

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Brad Skelton, Chief Technology Strategist, Intergraph Corporation

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Christian Grimm, CMO, IGI

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Tobias Toelg, Phase One Industrial

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Total estimated size of digital images acquired for project – GSD Calculator

Version 4.17 (beta) comes with an new feature, requested by Luc from Australia. For Vexcel Ultracam Eagle, XP, XP WA, UCX and UCD the proposal section now display the estimated size of the digital imagery to be acquired and to process.

Download latest version of our GSD Calculator here

 

 

Remember, when using the  Copy Clipboard button you can easy paste the proposal into Word, Email or any other text file.

 

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Windows 8 RTM and GSD Calculator

Windows 8 RTM and GSD Calculator

Microsoft released yesterday the new Windows 8 RTM (Release To Manufacturer) version, which can be used by everybody for 90 days. So it is more or less the final Win 8 version. As you see, GSD Calculator will work on it.

Windows 8 and GSD Calculator

 

 

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Speed up image processing with a 10GbE network

Speed up image processing with a 10GbE network

Many people asking what we are doing the whole day.

So today I’ll like to give you some recommendations how to speed up your image post processing.

As you know, the 2 major image processing software packages are Intergraph’s Post Processing Server PPS and Microsoft Vexcel UltraMap.

When using an aerial camera working under the pan sharpening method, such as all DMC and UltraCam, the processing is always divided into 2 steps, the geometric and a radiometric related processing of the images. The ...

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Low Light & Available Light in aerial photography

Low Light & Available Light in aerial photography for disaster mapping

“Available-light photography has always held the allure of intimacy in general photography. Other genres reach for grandeur and beauty or the brutal impact of graphic truth. Available light offers something else: the exotic possibility of going beneath the surface and into the shadows to reveal what is hidden. “ Jim Richardson

Wikipedia says: “In general photography and cinematography, available light or ambient light refers to any ...

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