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February 17th, 2012
Z/I Imaging announces release of its Z/I Software version 6.4

 Version 6.4 has now a new licensing system embedded based on the Leica Geosystems licensing server. 

An exciting range of new features such as automatic check of matching point distribution and individual absolute radiometric calibration parameter calculation based on used exposure time and f-stop are included. 

“Z/I Software version 6.4 delivers aerial images with excellent image quality and high accuracy to our customers”, says Klaus Neumann, Product Manager for Z/I Imaging. “Our focus for Z/I Software V 6.4 was to improve integrated image quality control and thus increase productivity for our customers.”  Read More