SimActive Inc. is pleased to announce that its Correlator3D product is now being used by Phase One camera users across the globe. SimActive’s software is known for processing imagery from a variety of sensor sizes, ranging from the smallest sensor, the IXM-50 used with drones, to larger ones like the PAS 880i NIR, which includes oblique and nadir systems for citywide mapping.
One of the key advantages of SimActive’s Correlator3D is its ability to import very large projects in the native Phase One IIQ format. This eliminates the need for conversion to TIF and significantly reduces project setup time when working with thousands of images. Additionally, the processing workflow remains the same regardless of sensor size, making it a seamless experience for all users.
Correlator3D is capable of generating a wide range of outputs, including DSMs, DTMs, point clouds, orthomosaics, and 3D meshes, all with an incredibly high degree of precision. Kevin Graville, System Sales Manager with Phase One, commented on the software’s ability to utilize Phase One’s 16-bit data, stating that it aligns perfectly with the expectations of their clients.
Phase One, founded in 1993, is a pioneer in digital imaging sensors and airborne systems for the Geo market. They are the largest provider of aerial cameras, known for their outstanding image quality and reliable sensors. With a strong focus on resolution, dynamic range, color fidelity, and geometric accuracy, Phase One has become the leading provider of high-end imaging technology across various industries, including aerial mapping, industrial inspection, and cultural heritage digitization.
SimActive’s collaboration with Phase One further solidifies their position as a leader in the industry, providing exceptional software solutions for professionals working in the field of digital imaging.
– Phase One