For our radar customers, SSR-Viewer just got better.
SSR-Viewer 9 includes a powerful new engine that revolutionises 3D data visualisation across our entire suite of Slope Stability Radars and lasers.
2D RADAR DATA VISUALISED IN 3D
SSR-Viewer 9 allows users to visualise 2D radar data in 3D, giving our SSR-FX and SSR-SARx customers a bonus visualisation tool.
These users can now view their data in the new DTM View visualisation, as well as in the existing Plan View visualisation. In both, the deformation heatmap is overlayed on top of the scene, and users can switch between the two visualisations.
To visualise the 2D data in 3D, users simply import their mine site DTM and align the radar data with it. The two are snapped together ready for viewing and analysis. Once the DTM is imported the radar data is automatically geo-referenced.
IMPROVED VISUALISATION FOR 3D RADAR USERS
For our SSR-XT users, the 3D visualisation functionality has been significantly improved.
The radar still automatically generates a powerful, high-density 3D model of the wall, live, with every scan. But SSR-XT users now have the flexibility of optionally importing a mine DTM for a holistic view of the entire site.
The SSR-XT deformation heatmap can now be viewed in both the original Front View and 3D DTM View. In both visualisations, the radar data is co-located with the scene.
DRAG AND DROP EXTERNAL LAYERS AND STRUCTURES
Across all our radars, the new DTM feature also allows users to drag and drop external models, geology layers and structures, with geo-referencing built in. Data layers, such as the data point cloud, radar point cloud and enhanced deformation masks can be switched on and off to suit the user.