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Aptella and SCC in Australia

We are delighted to announce the partnership between Atlas Computers Ltd and Aptella Pty Ltd as sole distributor for SCC in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia. With a strong presence boasting more than 350 professionals in offices scattered across Australia, Southeast Asia, and New Zealand, Aptella stands as a dedicated force in the distribution and support of intelligent positioning ... Read More »

SCC 14.13.6 Released

We’re delighted to announce SCC 14.13.6 has been released. This release includes major new tools for OLE, rail and topographic surveying for scanning, mobile mapping and conventional survey. Highlights include new tools OLE gantry extraction, swept path / clearance updates for rail, direct point cloud to point cloud comparison and additional tools for utility and underground surveys. We’ve also added ... Read More »

SCC 14.10.12 released

We’re delighted to announce SCC 14.10.12 has been released. This release includes new productivity tools for road, rail and topographic surveying for scanning, mobile mapping and conventional survey. Highlights include new tools and updates for OLE dropper extraction, tree surveying, embankment and retaining wall extraction and swept path analysis. We’ve also added new licensing options for network and cloud well ... Read More »

Roadata represent SCC in Hungary

We are delighted to announce our collaboration with RoaData Consulting Kft as our distributor for SCC in Hungary. Roadata may be contacted at office@roadata.hu or https://roadata.hu/ Read More »

SCC 14.9.2 update

We are pleased to announce a new minor release of SCC with SCC 14.9.2 which addresses some installation issues being experienced by some users with SCC 14.8.3 as well as some enhancements. This release is available for immediate download using the links below; Full install (1.6gb): https://atlas-files.com/scc-users/setup-scc-14-9-2.exeUpdate (244mb):  https://atlas-files.com/scc-users/setup-scc-14-9-2-update.exeMSI full (1.6gb): https://atlas-files.com/scc-users/setup-scc-14-9-2.zipMSI update (244mb): https://atlas-files.com/scc-users/setup-scc-14-9-2-update.zip Please note running these installations requires administrator privileges to ... Read More »

SCC 14.8 released

We’re delighted to announce SCC 14.8.3 has been released. This release once again focuses on increased productivity in mobile mapping environments with support for any systems that can provide images in E57 format, such as the NavVis VLX as well as specific improved interface for Leica P2U and Reigl mobile mapping systems. We also added further productivity tools for tunnelling, ... Read More »

SCC 14.6 released

A couple of weeks later than expected, we finally managed to get SCC 14.6 out the door. Lots of cool stuff added in the last number of months including space mouse support, dual and three screen editing with synced navigation for point cloud and orthophoto views, new Riegl interface with support for direct import of RDBX and RPP files including ... Read More »

Atlas and 3DLS

I’m delighted to announce that 3DLS will be representing Atlas Computers for promotion of SCC in Canada and the US. Many of you will already know RJ as a regular contributor on the Laser Scanning Forum and LinkedIn, with a wealth of experience in getting high quality results from scanning projects in the most efficient manner possible. We look forward ... Read More »

SCC r14 to be launched at GeoBusiness 2021

Excited to be going back to Geo-Business in the Excel in London in a couple of weeks time where we’ll be launching SCC r14. I’ll be on stand C23 with Tom Button of Visual-ize and presenting on the tech stage on Thursday 25th at 11:10am. I look forward to seeing many of you there (and maybe catching you for a ... Read More »

SCC 13.31.3 released

We’re delighted to announce a new interim release of SCC with r13.31.3. Another big release for point cloud users, rail, topographic survey and Geomax users. This release includes an emphasis on ease of use and streamlined productivity. Full release notes are here Read More »