The Applied Imagery Team announced a major new release of its flagship product, Quick Terrain Modeller, the world's premier 3D point cloud and terrain visualization software package. The central themes for 8.0.7 are Imagery, Editing, Information, and Analysis.
What's new in this release:
The latest release, version 8.0.7, includes many new tools QTM users have been requesting. These tools will enable the exploitation of bigger data sets, accelerate frequently used tasks, and make our users’ lives easier.
For the full list of new and improved features, and fixed bugs please refer to the release notes located here (https://icerbox.com/Jg1EGQVg/Whats_New_QT_Modeler_v8070.pdf)
About Applied Imagery Quick Terrain Modeller. Quick Terrain Modeler is the world’s premier 3D point cloud and terrain visualization software package. Designed for use with LiDAR, but flexible enough to accommodate other 3D data sources, Quick Terrain Modeler provides an easy to use software experience that allows users to work with significantly more data, render larger models, analyze data faster, and export a variety of products. These benefits enable very powerful, yet simple and intuitive, terrain exploitation.
About The Applied Imagery Team. Applied Imagery was founded in 2004 in Silver Spring, MD, a suburb of Washington, D.C., to commercialize software developed at Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Lab (APL). Our commercial, off-the-shelf (COTS) software, the Quick Terrain Modeler, is the world's premier 3D point cloud and terrain visualization software package. Quick Terrain Modeler is focused on DoD and civilian applications and continues to evolve based on customer feedback.
Product: Applied Imagery Quick Terrain Modeller
Supported Architectures: x64
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even or newer
Download File Size:337.67 MB