Hydrographic Transfer Format (HTF)
HTF Builder Software Licence
The following expressions have the meanings given here:
• AHO Australian Hydrographic Office, Royal Australian Navy
• HTF Builder Software Description
• The applications, utilities and modules comprised within the version of HTF Builder
2. Number of Licences
There is no limitation to the number of licences held by an individual or entity. This is an agreement between
you, the user (being an entity or a person) and the Australian Hydrographic Office, Royal Australian Navy. By
using the HTF Builder software, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of this agreement.
3. Grant of Licence
The AHO grants you a non-exclusive, world-wide (subject to export/import controls), non- transferable,
royalty free licence to:
(i) Use HTF Builder as a sole application or merge HTF Builder with other compatible Hydrographic Data
(ii) Use the software aquired with this licence on any single computer, computer network or server.
(iii) Use the software for your own demonstration purposes.
This sofware is copyright Commonwealth of Australia. Except for uses permitted under this licence you may
not reproduce, redistribute, alter, modify or adapt this software in any way including disassembling,
decompiling or any other method of reverse engineering.
You may not loan, rent, lease or licence this software or any copy.
The software and any accessible data using the software are not to be used for navigational or safety related
The software is supplied "as is" and the AHO expressly excludes all warranties, expressed or implied,
including (but not limited to) warranties of satisfactory quality , merchantability, fitness for a particular
purpose, with respect to the software, any written manual(s) and written materials.
In no circumstances will AHO be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damage (including
loss of profits, business interuption and loss of data) arising out of the use or the inability to use the software.
The End User Licence will be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia.