SOCET SET® users can learn how to perform their current SOCET SET workflows in SOCET GXP®. We encourage current SOCET SET customers to attend free training classes at our regional training centers to see how SOCET GXP automates geospatial production workflows. Many complex photogrammetric processes such as aspect and slope analysis, terrain profiling, line-of-sight analysis, and creating seamlines (see example below) are automated in SOCET GXP, which is designed to simplify workflows. The three-day, hands-on SOCET GXP for the geospatial analyst course offers a comprehensive overview of SOCET GXP’s geospatial production tools, including triangulating images to improve geospatial accuracy, creating and editing terrain files and updating geodatabases with 2-D and 3-D features.
With the addition of the Microsoft® Office Fluent™ user interface, which features the customizable Ribbon, SOCET GXP streamlines product creation. Frequently used features can be added to the customizable Quick Access Toolbar and traditional menus and toolbars are replaced with tabs that display commands relevant to each task. Contextual tabs appear only when needed, revealing expanded capabilities and advanced functionality — features are never turned off or hidden by default. In addition, complex algorithms are executed behind the scenes.
SOCET SET end users can experiment with demo versions of SOCET GXP in their unique work environments and work with BAE Systems to communicate the photogrammetric processes they would like to see in future versions of SOCET GXP. In addition, to assist in making a smooth transition from SOCET SET to SOCET GXP, all SOCET SET customers with current upgrade entitlement are eligible to receive a free six-month SOCET GXP evaluation license that can be run in parallel with SOCET SET.
SOCET SET licenses can be converted to equivalent functionality in SOCET GXP.