• Tech Tip: What Video Card Should You Buy? +

    DAT/EM receives many questions from customers about what video card they should purchase for their computers. The right video card will make your computer run smoother and help prevent tiling while panning through large images like those used in DAT/EM Summit Evolution and LandScape. We still recommend the NVIDIA® Quadro® Read More
  • DAT/EM Systems International Releases Version 7.2 +

    DAT/EM Systems International® released the 7.2 edition of DAT/EM software products including Summit Evolution™, LandScape™, Capture™, MapEditor™, Ortho+Mosaic™, Airfield3D™ and Contour Creator™. The advancements in the 7.2 DAT/EM Photogrammetric Suite represent the latest evolution in technology and are based on customer input and growth within the geospatial industry. DAT/EM Photogrammetric Suite Read More
  • Tech Tip: Field Update for ArcGIS +

    November Tech Tipby Alissa Oder Click here to check out our new Training videos Today's tech tip is for DAT/EM Capture for ArcGIS® users. Are you setting the same field values again and again? You can set Keypad, digitizer or Summit's Custom CAD toolbar buttons to set one or more Read More
  • Tech Tip: Win10, Summit Status Bar, Image Creator, Poetry +

    October 2015 By Alissa Oder For October's Tech Tip, let's talk about several little things: Just say, “No!” to Windows 10! While DAT/EM Summit and Landscape may work in Windows 10, there are some serious problems with stereo viewing. Just about the only thing guaranteed with nVidia OpenGL stereo viewing Read More
  • Tech Tip: Summit and CAD/GIS-side SI Clip Settings +

    Summit and CAD/GIS-side SI Clip Settings: Why are there two settings that seem to be the same? Which one should I use? by Alissa Oder SI = Summit's SuperImpositionCAD/GIS side = AutoCAD, MicroStation, ArcGIS ArcMap, ArcGIS Pro, Global Mapper, or third-party API There may be SI-area-limiting settings offered in both Summit and Read More
  • DAT/EM Expands Technical Support Team +

    Anchorage, Alaska, USA. September 22, 2015 – DAT/EM Systems International® welcomes Jennifer Dowling to the technical support team. Dowling has over 25 years of experience in the GIST industry with jobs in cartography, surveying, hydrography and more. Jennifer Dowling, Technical SupportJennifer Dowling is a 2014 Master's Degree graduate in the GIST Read More
  • Tech Tip: Sneak Peak at v.7.2 +

    August 2015 by Alissa Oder DAT/EM will soon release version 7.2. What can you look forward to in the new software? Here are a few highlights: Summit You always wanted work to be as fun as video games, right? Summit Evolution Professional and Feature Collection can now use the Xbox Read More
  • Tech Tip: Sneak Peek of v.7.2 +

    August 2015 by Alissa Oder DAT/EM will soon release version 7.2. What can you look forward to in the new software? Here are a few highlights: Summit You always wanted work to be as fun as video games, right? Summit Evolution Professional and Feature Collection can now use the Xbox Read More
  • 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
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