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  • SimActive Adds 3D Modeling to UAV Photogrammetry Solution

    SimActive Inc., a Montreal, Quebec-based developer of photogrammetry software, has released version 8.0 of its Correlator3D solution.

    The new version of the software allows users to generate 3D, textured meshes to create photorealistic models, which can be exported in standard formats, including OBJ files, the company explains.

    “Adding a 3D modeling function addresses an increasing need in the industry and the natural progression of our software workflow,” says Louis Simard, chief technology officer of SimActive. “The module implements a new capability to bolster the same software at no additional cost for our users, ingrained with core SimActive principles: simple, fast and precise.”

    Correlator3D is a patented, end-to-end photogrammetry solution for the generation of geospatial data from satellite and aerial imagery, including from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). It performs aerial triangulation and produces, for example, dense digital surface models, digital terrain models, point clouds and orthomosaics.

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  • #ElDeportivoLT | El dispar presente de la UC y Colo Colo

    La entrada #ElDeportivoLT | El dispar presente de la UC y Colo Colo se publicó primero en La Tercera.

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  • Uber wants to deliver your food by drone in 2021

    Uber wants to deliver your food by drone in 2021

    Uber is looking to hire an operations executive to start delivering food by drone as early as next year according to an article in the Wall Street Journal. According to the since-deleted job listing, the drone executive will “enable safe, legal, efficient and scalable flight operations.” A spokesperson for the San Francisco company said that the posting did “not fully reflect our program, which is still in very early days.” It does indeed seem to be very early as the FAA first has to develop the rules that will allow commercial drone operators to fly beyond visual-line-of-sight and over crowds of people. But, like Amazon, Uber is not afraid to show its ambition.

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