Posts tagged as software

Multidimensional analysis with GIS

Because of the multi-dimensional aspect of the data, it is often described as a data cube, image cube, or multidimensional raster. In ArcGIS Pro, users can work with scientific data in multiple formats: netCDF, GRIB or HDF layers, space-time cubes, mosaic datasets, or, with the release of ArcGIS Pro 2.4, they can use multidimensional raster […]

Software offers new statistical capabilities

Golden Software, a developer of software for data visualisation and analysis, has released Version 15 of its Grapher scientific graphing package with new capabilities to improve a user’s ability to model, analyse and interpret data – and communicate the results. Used extensively by scientists and engineers in oil and gas operations, environmental consulting, mineral exploration, […]

Plugin brings maps to design software

Figma is a cloud-based design tool that helps designers and teams work together efficiently. It is an in-browser app that makes sharing files as easy as sharing a link. The design tool has recently launched several plug-ins, one of which is Mapsicle. With the Mapsicle plug-in, users can drop their Mapbox map into a Figma […]

Partnership integrates lidar into security management

CNL Software, a physical security information management (PSIM) software company, is partnering with Cepton Technologies, a developer of 3D sensing solutions. The partnership will drive the automation of threat detection, tracking and escalation in real-time using the latest PSIM, lidar and video assessment technologies. Cepton Technologies’ Helius system is a smart lidar network utilising edge […]

Visualising, recording and analysing live lidar data

Ouster Studio is a new plug-and-play software package to visualise, record, and analyse Ouster lidar data. The software is available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux, and will work with the OS1-16 or OS1-64 sensor. Users can plug in their sensor and begin visualising, recording, and playing back the data within minutes of connecting the sensor. […]

Brand-neutral survey software comes to Android

MicroSurvey Software, part of Hexagon, has released its new field data collection software platform for Android users. FieldGenius for Android version 1.0 is the first release of the company’s new multi-platform field software and supports most popular GNSS sensors on the market today. The app continues is a third-party, brand-neutral data collection software choice amongst […]

Updated 3D mapping portfolio with new website

Orbit Geospatial Technologies launched version 19.7 of its full 3D mapping portfolio with upgrades, along with a new website. The new website provides customers with more insight on solutions to their challenges and which software features can bring instant results. The company specialises in 3D mapping solutions and integrating various reality capture techniques, including mobile […]

Drone software enhances lidar point cloud handling

Virtual Surveyor has enhanced the lidar elevation data handling capabilities in Version 6.4 of its drone surveying and mapping software. The new function enables users to select specific feature classes from classified lidar point clouds before converting the point cloud to a surface terrain. The software bridges the gap between UAV photogrammetric processing applications and […]

Pay-per-use cloud service adds CAD software

GeoCloud now runs NanoCAD professional CAD software. The NanoCAD has a familiar interface, powerful drafting and design tools, native DWG compatibility, and an open API. The software family comprises five applications: nanoCAD Plus, Pro, Construction, Mechanica and 3DScan. NanoCAD Plus is an engineering drawing tool with all the necessary basic design tools, direct DWG format […]

Business intelligence tool updates mapping capabilities

Tableau 2019.2 includes new mapping capabilities to enhance how users analyse location data. The platform upgraded its background mapping technology, now powered by Mapbox, with vector maps, creating an experience that is not only smoother and sharper, but that allows users to see more detailed location data and perform analysis with more contextual background layers. […]