Monthly Archive: February 2017

Veta 4.1.32 Released

The only change in this release is a fix for an issue where a failure in the sublots would cause the entire analysis to fail. The installation was also repackaged to eliminate false positives from malware detectors. Changes are listed in the Release Notes and also provided below.

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  • Fixed: A failure in the sublots analysis fails the entire analysis.


  • Change: The installation is now digitally signed and distributed as an MSI file instead of an EXE. This decreases the risk of antivirus software detecting a false-positive with the installation.
  • Change: Microsoft.NET is no longer installed if it is not present on the computer. The Veta installation will not progress until .NET is installed.

IC WORKSHOP in OK, Registration Deadline, Feb. 17

An IC workshop will be offered at the OAPA’s 2017 Asphalt Conference, Norman, OK, USA. Dr. George K. Chang, Director of Research, Transtec Group, USA, president of IICTG will conduct the workshop. The deadline for registration is Friday, February 17, 2017.

The workshop will be full day on Tuesday, Feb. 28 under Track 1- Construction – Veta. All attendees need to register for the conference.

The workshop attendees are strongly encouraged to bring their laptop computers for hands-on exercises using the Veta software, The workshop will include in-depth learning about intelligent compaction and paver-mounted infrared thermal profiles.

The workshop attendees need to download the Veta Workshop software (includes sample files) and pre-install it on their laptops. The followings are the system requirements and installation instructions.

System Requirements

Veta 4.x is supported on 64-bit versions of Windows 7 SP1 or later. Microsoft .NET 4.5.2 is required. If you do not have the required version of .NET installed, the Veta installation will download and install it.

Veta will run with 4 GB of RAM, but we recommend 8 GB. If you expect to work with very large projects, the more RAM the better.

Installation Guide

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.