Announcements archive

August 31, 2023: We were notified on August 30, 2023 that our BUMP (PNG print screen) presentation was declined for publication by the conference chairs and withdrawn by the chairs due to its content.  Here is a copy of the manuscript which got declined.  BUMP was our main presentation for this conference.  As such we will not be attending the conference for the bytran 1.5 (PNG print screen) presentation alone.  

June 15, 2023: We will have two presentations (BUMP (PNG print screen) and bytran 1.5 (PNG print screen)) at the 2023 SPIE Remote Sensing held in Amsterdam, Netherlands.  Bytran 1.5 will likely be developed using Qt version 6 and not be compileabe with earlier Qt versions such as Qt 5.15.2 due to the changes in the Qt implementation of the Android permissions requests.

April 6, 2023 March 22, 2023:  We will not be making the March 22, 2023 deadline.  However the work on bytran is now being resumed.  We will post an update on the progress here after June 15, 2023 May 25, 2023.

December 2, 2022:  Based on multiple requirements we have established the deadline for the bytran 1.5 update.  The updated deadline is March 22, 2023.

December 2, 2022:  There has been a switch of servers where the bytran.org website is hosted which resulted (among other changes) in a different handling of the SSL certificates.  Due to this switch the bytran might no longer initizlize properly (get stuck at the splash screen and fail to start).  This issue will only be properly fixed with the bytran 1.5 update.

August 1, 2022:  Beginning November 1, 2022 the visibility of bytran on Google Play will be further reduced to exclude newer devices (see this announcement: Target API level requirements for Google Play apps).

May 27, 2022:  Bytran deactivated on the App Store likely due to the lack of updates in over 3 years (more information).

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