Licensing options for this format begin with FME Professional Edition.
The CALS reader provides FME with access to data in the CALS format.
In general, a CALS raster is an efficient way to store a purely black-and-white raster while retaining orientation metadata.
A CALS Type 1 raster is black-and-white with a bit-depth of 1. A CALS raster is defined by a 2048-byte header, as described in MIL-STD-1840.
The CALS dataset is exposed as a raster with a 2-entry palette, with 0 mapped to white (RGB=255,255,255) and 1 mapped to black (RGB=0,0,0).
FME Raster Features
FME raster features represent raster data and use several concepts that are unlike those used in the handling of vector data. The topics below describe how FME processes raster data.