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BAE Systems announces new batch licensing policy to increase productivity

BAE Systems has implemented a new licensing plan for SOCET SET and SOCET GXP

BAE Systems has implemented a new licensing plan for SOCET SET® and SOCET GXP®. Customers can increase productivity for computationally intensive processes, including automatic point measurement in triangulation, orthorectification, mosaicking, and automatic terrain generation.

The new license scheme makes it possible to run up to four concurrent processes with one license instead of the previous two. For example, one Next-Generation Automatic Terrain Extraction license is equivalent to four batch processing licenses, which allows for concurrent processing on four processors with one computer, or on multiple computers in the license server network. To request a license, please complete the Request support form online, or contact the customer support representative in your region for additional details.

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