Imago Connect is the interface that runs the Imago Tools desktop engine that enables Imago users to run a number of tasks outline in the task menu shown below. It can be downloaded from the Imago Downloads page available from our website.
3D Drillhole: Allows the creation of an 3D mesh in obj format that positioning the imago images in 3D space. This 3D mesh can be imported into Leapfrog, Surpac, Micromine and several other geologic modeling applications.
Export Images: Export images stored in imago to a local disk drive
Upload Images: Uploads images available on a local drive to the Imago Portal
Export Attributes: Exports numeric or text data stored in imago as attributes
Upload Attributes: Uploads numeric or text data such as assays or geologic codes to the Imago Portal.
Export List: Exports a list of collections (HoleID's) or Imagery (Image Intervals) in csv format to a local drive
Upload Collections: Uploads a list of Collections (HoleID's) to the Imago Portal so new data entered via Imago Connect can be validated against a master list.
Scheduling: Enables users to define an automated schedule to execute available tasks at a designated date and time.
Imago Tools does not have a user interface, you can only interface with it via Imago Connect or the windows command line.