• Tech Tip: Save Yourself a Tale of Woe: UPS and File Saving tips +

    Tech Tip by Alissa Oder, July 2015 Over the years, DAT/EM Support has heard many tales of woe from customers after they experienced a power outage or power surge. There are wind storm stories, ice storm stories, thunderstorm stories, heavy equipment hitting power line stories, and poor wiring stories. There Read More
  • Tech Tip: Why is there parallax in my imported project? +

    By Alissa Oder, June 24, 2015 DAT/EM Support often sees the question: “My models looked perfect in my aerotriangulation (AT) software, but they have parallax after importing the project into Summit.” First, investigate the camera file. Open three files: 1. The imported Summit camera file in Summit's Camera Editor, 2. Read More
  • Tech Tip: Opening Elevation in a Summit Project +

    By Alissa Oder The opening elevation of a Summit project is very important. Having it set near the actual ground elevation helps in many ways, for example: Summit correctly calculates the model's stereo extents “Automatically load next model…” changes models at the right place near the edge of the model Read More
  • IIC Technologies and DAT/EM Strengthen Partnership +

    IIC Technologies and DAT/EM Systems International Strengthen Partnership with 100 Software Licenses Anchorage, Alaska, USA. May 20, 2015. A long-time user of DAT/EM products, IIC Technologies has now extended its investment to 100 licenses of DAT/EM software as a part of their commitment to use quality tools to efficiently and Read More
  • Tech Tip: Do you already have Summit UAS? +

    Current Summit owners: Do you already have Summit UAS? If you are a current Summit Evolution owner, you may already have all – or at least most – of the capabilities of Summit UAS within your existing Summit license. The key features of Summit UAS are: The ability to open a Summit Read More
  • New UAS Software Solution +

    Go from UAS Imagery to Valuable 3D Information with the New Summit UAS OneButton Bundle Anchorage, Alaska, USA. April 21, 2015 – DAT/EM Systems International and Icaros, Inc. announced the release of a collaborative software solution that processes and analyzes Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) data. By combining OneButton™ by Icaros and Summit Read More
  • Tech Tip: Multiple Project Solution +

    March 2015 Multiple Project Solution New to Summit Evolution 7.1 is an alternative method to merging projects called a Multiple Project Solution. This allows simultaneous use of imagery from different sources such as aerial, orthophoto, ADS, and satellite RPC which may use different coordinate systems, scales and orientations. SMTSLN is Read More
  • Coming Soon: Summit UAS +

    The release of Summit UAS is just around the corner. Summit UAS will be a simplified program which requires no training in photogrammetry and is geared towards the UAS enthusiast looking to gain valuable 3D information from their georeferenced UAS Imagery. If you want to be the first to receive Read More
  • DAT/EM Summit Evolution compatible with Blue Marble’s Global Mapper +

    Anchorage, Alaska, USA. February 12, 2015 –The new Global Mapper Extension from DAT/EM Systems International connects Global Mapper® from Blue Marble Geographics® with any edition (Professional, Feature Collection or Lite) of DAT/EM's famous Summit Evolution™ stereoplotter. The extension is provided at no additional cost with any purchased or supported Summit Evolution Read More
  • Tech Tip: Potential issues with JPEG compression +

    January 2015 Potential issues with JPEG compression: This month, in honor of his recent Inpho Reseller Training in Stuttgart, Germany, we are offering an INPHO Tech Tip by Steve Hamilton. In Inpho OrthoVista, JPG compression in the input images can cause issues with multiple single-pixel seamlines being generated. This creates Read More
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