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DanielDaniel Wujanz wrote: ↑Tue Jun 09, 2020 4:04 pm.....jcoco3 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 09, 2020 3:20 pmIt would seem like the abiltiy to create an independent software capable of producing corrected intensities, is highly dependant on the breadth of raw data available in the export format allow by the various manufacturers. Riegl appears to be the most generous in this area, which comes as no surprise. I wonder what are some of the factors that prevent other manufacturers from providing a more raw data format?
I've had absolutely no issues with family owned companies (Riegl and Z+F that is) who already allowed to export the desired data right away. On top of that you'll get very deep answers if you have some very detailed questions. It took a while to convince Leica, yet the functionality to receive original intensities is not available to the public.
Data volume is not the issue since it's just one more value - based on which you can calculate all other derivates that you may need. And again, Riegl and Z+F offer these values for quite a while.
These are some of the reasons that we have been using the Riegl and Z+F equipment for the last 15 to 20 years and see you at their meetings at INTERGEO.
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