DAT/EM Systems International Releases Software Version 7.3

DAT/EM Systems International announces the release of the 7.3 edition of DAT/EM software products. Updated products include Summit Evolution 3D photogrammetric workstation, LandScape 3D point cloud viewing and editing software as well as Capture, which links Summit Evolution and LandScape products to third party programs including ArcGIS and ArcGIS Pro, AutoCAD, Global Mapper and MicroStation. The advances in the 7.3 DAT/EM Photogrammetric Suite represent the latest evolution in technology and are based on customer input and growth within the geospatial industry.

“We are very excited about the 7.3 release and are already receiving great feedback from our users,” said Robert Bredlie, Senior Photogrammetric Software Engineer. “By focusing on two important pillars, performance and integrations, we were able to significantly improve the DAT/EM Photogrammetric Suite.”

Summit Evolution Increases Functionality

With 7.3, DAT/EM developers worked to provide the user with faster technology and more powerful tools. New and current users can expect support for more input devices, upgrades to several popular tools and smoother transitions while panning and zooming.

Exciting New Tools in LandScape Point Cloud Editor

Much of the focus in this release went towards improving the tools in LandScape, DAT/EM’s point cloud viewing and editing software. New interactive point editing tools promote smoother functionality and provide the user with even greater control over their data.

Improved Integrations

The DAT/EM Photogrammetric Suite integrates with many complementary software products and continues to add more while improving existing interconnectivity. Visit www.datem.com/integrations for a current list of integrated software.

View all of the upgrades and highlights at www.datem.com/release73. Schedule an in-person demo of Version 7.3 at the upcoming Intergeo Conference in Hamburg, Germany by visiting www.datem.com/intergeo-2016.

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