A new version of the Caesar.jl open-source core has been released! This significant update has also been rolled out to the NavAbility services.
The release focused on core improvements and performance, such as updating the Caesar.jl core to use Manifolds.jl as a mathematical foundation. By better standardizing with other packages in the Julia ecosystem, we as a community can better leverage the many tools being developed, including source-to-source auto differentiation through to data persistence and visualization.
A number of bugfixes and performance improvements were included to optimize cloud service throughput.
Stay tuned for the next release, where we are focusing on applying these changes to the application examples!
Read more on the changes here: