Dear OTB community,
We are happy to announce that OTB version 9.0.0 has been released!
Ready to use binary packages are available on the package page of the website:
- OTB-9.0.0-Linux.tar.gz (Ubuntu/Debian)
- OTB-9.0.0-Linux_RedHat.tar.gz (RedHat/Fedora)
- OTB-9.0.0-Win64.zip (Windows 64 bits)
The Docker image is available :
docker pull orfeotoolbox/otb:9.0.0
It is also possible to checkout the branch with git:
git clone https://gitlab.orfeo-toolbox.org/orfeotoolbox/otb.git OTB -b release-9.0
The documentation for OTB 9.0.0 can be found here .
This major version introduce a whole new packaging system entirely made with CMake / CPack, to make the toolbox more modular. You still have the possibility to have a full package for Linux and Windows, but for those who want to install only a part of the toolbox it is now possible. The modules list is available in the cookbook with their associated applications. All the packages are now in tar.gz and the installation is movable unlike OTB < 9.
This release also drops the GUI part which was heavy and redundant with QGIS which is now the official visualization tool. The version 9.0 does not include Monteverdi or Mapla. This led to a reduction of 80Mo in the package size.
This version also marks the drop of MacOS support, but users on Apple Silicon chips can use the Docker image to continue using OTB.
This version also contains some performance improvement on the DEMHandler and SARMetadata.
The Release Note for this final build is available