National Imagery Transmission Format File
|Developer||U.S. Department of Defense|
4.1 | 10 Votes
What is a NITF file?
Imaging data format used by the U.S. government and military for transmitting documents; may contain a combination of text, graphics, and metadata in a single file; also supports multiple layers; often used for satellite and aerial photos.
The NITF format is often used along with the NATO Secondary Imagery Format (NSIF) for storing and transmitting government data.