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Accuracy Analyst is a simple, fast, and complete workflow solution to verify the accuracy and quality of orthophotos. This software's consistent methods and readily understood capabilities benefit the planner, producer, customer, or end user of orthophotos. With AA 3.0 within minutes you can prove you are producing, delivering, buying, or using 'best available data.' Use AA 3.0 to meet accuracy standards, produce reports that authoritatively document products, verify data purchased meet specs, and meet needs for accurate, reliable orthophotos.
Accuracy Analyst is a Windows-based software tool that enables rapid verification and review of Orthophoto data from single images to large data collections.
OS Requirements: Accuracy Analyst requires Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or more recent releases of Microsoft Windows OS. For Windows 7 systems, some redistribution files may be needed prior to installation. Please see the install notes for further details.
Accuracy Analyst requires .NET 3.5 Service Pack 1. The .NET framework and service packs are available without cost via the internet from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads
Minimum System Requirements: A screen resolution of at least 1280 x 1024 is required. System configurations should include a CPU with speed greater than 1 GHz, 1GB or more of system memory, and local, attached, or high performance network storage for data access.
Recommended Configurations: For ideal performance, users should consider multi-processor systems with CPU speeds in excess of 2GHz with 3GB of system memory and a dedicated graphics card. Typical user configurations may include multiple monitors which can make using Accuracy Analyst, Photo Book, and ReViewer tools more efficient and effective. Screen resolutions higher than 1280 x 1024 are recommended and it should be noted that a high resolution monitor and a dedicated graphics card can dramatically enhance performance of orthophoto verification and review.