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HYPACK 6.2B

  18/09/2007
HYPACK has released HYPACK 6.2B, which version includes updates to HYPACK 6.2A and new features. Among some of the features of Version 6.2B are new Point Cloud editing tool , Sub-Bottom Profiling integration, HSX to XTF converter and GSF to HSX and vice versa, and support of MrSID and JPEG2000 background charts.
 

HYPACK 6.2B is available for download from the Hypack website to all the users subscribed to the HYPACK Maintenance Plan.

 

 

 




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