- 2021Oct 13
A new floating license type has been added to STAR*NET 11. This license type does not require a USB key, and is available while connected to the internet.
- 2020Jul 9
The network plot has been updated to utilize a 3D engine to display 3D objects.Users can now use preset views to set specific camera angles to view the network, set a rotation point, and use a free orbit to rotate the network plot.
New automatic iterative adjustment allows a user to set maximum standardized residual values allowed in the project, a number of outliers to remove per adjustment, and a maximum number of adjustments.
A new checkbox in the “Special” tab in Project and Company options will automatically detect M records (measurements) that create a point with no redundancy and treat them as sideshots in the network when adjustments are performed.
A new licensing system has been added to STAR*NET, which provides more secure demo licensing and the ability to work without a USB key. USB keys will continue to work with STAR*NET 10, and will continue to be the primary method of licensing.
- 2019Jul 4
Coordinate Systems and JobXML
Adjust your network in over 125 new coordinate systems, import with ease from JobXML files, and review more detailed information from the network plot.
A plan rotation may now be applied to all bearings or azimuths in a particular file. All B, BM, and other lines with set bearing/azimuth values are affected by the rotation specified by the syntax “.ROTATION <angle>”.
- 2018Mar 29
Warning Messages generated in the Error Log during adjustment now also generate inline messages and bookmarks within the Integrated Data Editor, just like the Error Messages.
A new Progress Bar appears when opening projects or running adjustments which shows the current progress and status, providing better feedback especially with large operations that may take some time to complete.