Montreal, Canada, April 27, 2009 – SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of software solutions for the generation of geospatial data, is pleased to announce the acquisition of its Correlator3D™ product by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). SimActive’s software will be primarily used by DNR for forest inventory from aerial imagery.
“Correlator3D will allow us to automatically process large volumes of images and to create geospatial data such as DSM”, said Anick Patry from the Forest Inventory Division of DNR. “The ability to easily generate detailed land information will greatly facilitate the job of our photo interprets, increasing our productivity while reducing the associated costs.”
Philippe Simard, President and Co-Founder of SimActive, stated, “We are very glad to add yet another renowned organization to our rapidly growing list of customers. The adoption of Correlator3D by DNR confirms its exceptional value for firms desiring to improve and simplify their processing workflows.”
Designed for speed and ease of use, Correlator3D consists of fully automated software tools for the production of digital surface models (DSM) and digital terrain models (DTM), the creation of orthophotos and the detection of 3D changes. Correlator3D is significantly simpler and faster than currently available tools. Highly trained personnel are no longer mandatory.
SimActive is the developer of Correlator3D, an ultra-rapid software solution for the generation of high-quality geospatial data from imagery. Designed for speed and ease of use, Correlator3D automatically produces digital surface models (DSM), digital terrain models (DTM), orthophotos and 3D change maps at a fraction of the cost and time of currently available tools. Correlator3D accelerates project completion timeframe and does not require highly-trained personnel. For more information, visit http://www.simactive.com.
The Department of Natural Resources and Wildlife Quebec ensures the development and optimal use of land, energy, forestry and mineral resources in Quebec. One of the main responsibilities of DNR is the production of information concerning land and natural resources. For more information, visit http://www.mrnf.gouv.qc.ca/.