The new AirRouteOperator can be used to find a nap-of-the-earth flight route for a rotary-wing aircraft along a given list of waypoints, balancing two objectives: speed and safety.
The safety can for example be based on the visibility index; this will calculate a route where the terrain is masking the flight, ensuring that the drone stays hidden from enemy observers.
Carmenta Engine 5.16 makes it much easier to target several different platforms with a single code base, regardless of whether you’re using C++, .NET, Java or Python.
The Carmenta Engine for Windows SDK can now be used to develop applications for Windows, Android™ and Linux (using WSL2).
The Carmenta Engine for Linux SDK can be used to develop applications for both Linux, Embedded Linux and Android.
Additional cross-platform related improvements include support for the .NET MAUI user interface framework and support for C++/Qt development on Android.
The ScreenLayer now supports Screen Elements – a much easier and more flexible way to add legends, scale bars, north arrows and arbitrary texts to the map.
Other Notable Improvements
.NET MAUI Support
The .NET Standard API now includes MapControls for use in .NET Multi-platform App UI (.NET MAUI) applications on Android and Windows.
C++ on Android
The C++ API is now supported on Android. The QtQuickMapControl and associated samples have also been updated to work on Android.
The new DirectoryDataSet will monitor a directory for data files and dynamically update its contents when files are added or removed.
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