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A Pix file is a PCI Geomatics Database File or PCIDSK file, for short. It is a file format used for storing modest to very large geographical data sets. These data sets include satellite photos and are the product of the Geomatica program. That program is a geomatics application used for the analysis and processing of geographic imagery. In 1998, PCI Geomatics invented the PIX file type. This was created to replace the UNIDSK style, which only worked with 16-bit computers and couldn't be expanded to 32 or 64-bit devices. When it comes to storing varying amounts of information, many techies now look to PCIDSK. That's because it now offers more leeway than previous formats. You can use Geomatica through mosaicking, map development, and geospatial analysis. Digital photogrammetry, remote sensing, and automated product system roles are also some of the areas where you can put Geomatica to good use. Core and Prime versions of Geomatica are offered.