Veta is a map-based tool for viewing and analyzing geospatial data.
Veta can import data from various intelligent compaction (IC) machines and paver-mounted thermal profilers (PMTP) to perform viewing, filtering, sublotting, spot test imports, and analysis. Veta displays compaction information in easy-to-read formats, including graphs and maps.
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With Veta 6.0, you can view multiple maps and store data from different machine types in the same project. The extensive Release Notes document the many other features, changes, and fixes. Existing projects will likely need to be reprocessed when opened, which will take time. Changes to data processing will likely give different analysis results.
Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit) or later is required. Veta 6 requires Microsoft .NET 4.8. Veta 5.2 requires Microsoft .NET 4.6.2 or later. If you are running a current version of Windows 10, the required .NET should already be installed.
Veta will run with 4 GB of RAM, but we recommend at least 8 GB.
Access to the following web sites is required for full functionality:
- Maps – https://dev.virtualearth.net
- MOBA thermal data download – https://moba.paveir.com
- MOBA compaction data download – https://www.moba-development.de/
- Topcon data download – https://www.sitelink3d.net
- Trimble data download – https://myconnectedsite.com/
- Vögele data download – https://www.wirtgen-group.com/en-us/
Previous versions of the same family will be automatically uninstalled. For example, 6.0 will uninstall previous 6.0 versions, but will not uninstall 5.2. The two versions can co-exist side-by-side.
You must have sufficient privileges to install applications on your computer. If you receive an error message during the installation, ask your administrator to install the software for you. If your administrator is also unable to install the software, then please contact us.
To uninstall the software, go to Programs and Features in the Windows Control Panel.
Please Help Campaign to Keep Veta funded by TPF
Veta is free to download, but not free to enhance and maintain. Veta is currently funded by the TPF-5(354) study. Starting in 2021, Veta will be sponsored by the joint TPF study by merging the NRRA and TPF-5(354). Please contact your local DOT research department and ask them to join the Transportation Pooled Fund Solicitation 1531 “National Road Research Alliance – NRRA (Phase-II)” to keep Veta available and free to download!
Veta in Specifications
Veta is required in the Federal Highway Administration’s generic IC specifications and AASHTO IC Specifications for soils, and asphalt materials. Veta is also increasingly adopted by US Departments of Transportation. See the IC specifications page for further details.