Orbit GT releases Strabo Photogrammetry 10.5

Lokeren, Belgium, May 6th, 2013 – Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies announces the release and availability of it’s photogrammetric UAS mapping application of Orbit Strabo Photogrammetry 10.5 . The update is immediately available for download. “We are pleased to present this X.5 upgrade to our proven UAS photogrammetric mapping solution ‘Orbit Strabo’”, says Peter Bonne, VP Business Development and Senior Product Manager at Orbit GT. “This upgrade adds new features on several levels: from new softcopy tools, a better integration of stereo imagery in GIS, to improvements in the UAS data postprocessing regarding precision and accuracy. But maybe the most important, this upgrade has tackled the unexpected: a turnaround in the calculation time of UAS bundle, DTM en Orthocreation to only 10% of the previous version.”

Orbit Strabo 10.5 is made available for download today. Download the trial, or update your installation using the website and online documentation. Registered MSC users can upgrade for free.

Strabo Full License includes (i) the Strabo Project Manager (compiles the technical data and source imagery and prepares all settings. Images are pre-processed for optimal performance and rotated stereoviews), aerial and terrestrial stereodata importer, (ii) the automated Bundle Block Adjustment to process the raw data to fully oriented stereopairs, (iii) the GIS integrated Stereo viewing and Softcopy tools to get dynamic and seamless access to all stereopairs, combined with any other GIS layer you require in viewing, interpreting or captation, (iv) the Stereo Viewing and Softcopy tools, (v) the automated DEM maker which allows you to create DEM’s including breaklines resulting in a full high precision TIN model for volume calculation and 3D rendering, and (vi) the automated OrthoMaker tool that orthorecitfies each image according to a given DEM (the standard fencing & merging tools of Orbit GIS allow mosaicing). Included are also different 3D visualization techniques and possibility to integrate these data with mobile (laserscanning) pointclouds in your GIS. Keep in mind that this UAS postflight software supports all standard aerial and terrestrial data.

About Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies

Orbit Geospatial Technologies is world leader in solutions for exploiting Mobile, UAS and Aerial Mapping data in managing, viewing, extraction, publishing and embedding in workflows. Orbit GT is located in Lokeren, Belgium.

www.orbitgis.com


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