Release of OTB 3.10 and Monteverdi 1.8

Dear all,

CNES is proud to announce the release of Orfeo ToolBox 3.10, codename Feliç aniversari. It coincides with the fifth anniversary of the Orfeo ToolBox library (release 1.0 was done the 06/30 2006!).

Release Candidate: thank you !

We would like to thanks all the users for their great feedback after the Release Candidate announcement : thanks to their work, 9 more bugs have been spotted and fixed between the Release Candidate announcement and today.

Take the survey !

Orfeo ToolBox is all about you ! To celebrate the fifth birthday of the OTB, we would like to collect your feedback : a better knowledge of your usage of Orfeo Toolbox and of your processing needs will  help us to improve the tool. Please take the Users and Contributors Survey, it will only take about 10 minutes of your time.

Even more easy to install

The source packages for OTB (Library 3.10, Applications 3.10, Monteverdi 1.8 and Wrapping 1.6) are available on sourceforge as usual. For our Ubuntu (10.04, 10.10 and 11.04) users the new version is available for update through you favorite package manager software.  OpenSuse and CentOS packages will be available in a few days.

For MS-Windows users, there are also a binary auto-install packages available for Monteverdi, OTB-Applications and OTB-Wrapping! Last, a brand new Apple Disk Image (DMG) is also available for Monteverdi.

All the details related to the installation of these binary packages can be found on the download page.

Powerful new features

There are lots of new features in this release! The list of new main add-ons is available here.

There are exciting new stuffs in all corners of the library. New functionalities include among other things :

  1. A new multi-image supervised classification suite in OTB-Applications described here.
  2. An application to perform segmentation based on connected components and object based image analysis (see description here)
  1. A framework for cartographic database creation and validation based on the fusion of features in the framework of Dempster-Shafer evidence theory (see description here)

Documentation for all

The OTB development team also initiated, in addition to the OTB software guide, a guide for OTB-Applications and Monteverdi, dedicated to non-developers. This guide is composed of a brief tour of OTB-Applications and Monteverdi, followed by a set of recipes to perform usual remote sensing tasks with both tools. A first version is available here.

Best regards,

Julien Michel, on behalf of OTB development  team.

5 thoughts on “Release of OTB 3.10 and Monteverdi 1.8

  1. David R. Lindsey

    I have been able to successfully install and run Monteverdi on a Windows XP machine in the past. I am unable to install and run Monteverdi 1.8. I was looking forward to using the new features.

    dave

    • Manuel Grizonnet

      Hi David,

      Can you give us more informations about the error during the installation? Did you get an error message? Did you try to install Monteverdi on Windows XP using the Windows binary installer?
      I’ve tested on Windows XP and the installation ran without problems for me .
      You can have also more clear and complete advises if you send your question to the user mailing list (https://groups.google.com/group/otb-users?hl=fr)

      Hope it helps.

      Regards,

      Manuel

  2. I’m trying to install OTB and Monteverdi in openSUSE 11.4. (via rpm), but OTB requires libfltk.so.1.3 and Monteverdi (as vell as orfeo-applications) requires libfltk.so.1.1. Are rpm-packages for openSUSE built correctly? Why would packages, that depend on each other and provided by the same team require different versions of the same library?

    What should I do to install Monteverdi?

  3. Hi Yuri,

    There might be an error in these packages. I think you should post this question on the otb-users@googlegroups.com maling list (where you will get more attention) and maybe open a bug on the bugtracker (bugs.orfeo-toolbox.org).

    Regards,

    Julien

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