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Applanix Released POSPac 4.1 Post-processing Software

January 5, 2004
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This new release allows the user to control the output data (units, coordinate type etc.) with the introduction of a conversion option that automatically translates post-processed position data into a user-specified coordinate system

Applanix released POSPac 4.1 post-processing software. The new release allows the user to control the output data (units, coordinate type etc.) with the introduction of a conversion option that automatically translates post-processed position data into a user-specified coordinate system, such as State Plane, UTM, etc. Other benefits include the ability to output data into GIS-compatible formats, such as ASCII and DXF; and a new batch processing application designed to manage multiple mission setup and processing functions. Composite datasets generated from a number of projects can be processed simultaneously in an auto-run mode. No user intervention is required so multiple projects can be set up and processed overnight. A graphical user interface now controls the actions and sequence of events, monitors all processing stages and provides a processing status report for each independent project. (Applanix, Richmond, Ontario, Canada)

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