Subset Editor, which is used to visualize, validate, and clean point clouds in BASE Editor, has been upgraded to use our latest 3D framework. This new framework provides a modern and scalable platform for working effectively with large volumes of data from multibeam, laser scan, and LiDAR surveys.
Along with the new 3D technology, we are also pleased to offer enhanced functionality and a new look and feel in the Subset Editor.
With the BASE Editor 4.2 release, the user will see newly designed properties for raster, cloud, and TIN datasets. A number of new options are presented including the ability to drape high resolution imagery (e.g. backscatter) over elevations in both 2D and 3D views.
BASE Editor 4.2 introduces a new system for controlling the use and application of coordinate reverence systems (CRS) in CARIS applications. CARIS applications now make use of the EPSG Geodetic Parameter Dataset developed by the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP). In addition to providing an extensive list of reference systems used all over the world, the EPSG dataset also offers access to additional transformation types such as NTv2, thus giving users greater flexibility and choice.
Several enhancements to feature editing and mapping functionalities have been implemented.
Conversion between some geometries:
Creation of features from a collection of edges:
Use of mathematical operators: