One-Stop Shopping for Pre-Owned UltraCam Digital Aerial Sensor Systems

IMG_1515_small_cutThe Microsoft UltraCam team announced last week that we are now listing pre-owned UltraCam systems for sale on our UltraCam web site. This is great news for organizations that are looking for a cost-effective means of breaking into the digital acquisition market as well as existing UltraCam customers who need to bolster their digital arsenal because it means they can come directly to the manufacturer for a refurbished system that is certified and backed by the UltraCam team.

This new program has some fantastic benefits for the buyer of a pre-owned system as it ensures that they get real value while avoiding the risk of buying a used system from the open market.  The pre-owned UltraCam cameras offered by Microsoft come with one year full manufacturer warranty. They have been fully tested and calibrated and so are delivered with a fresh calibration report. Any necessary hardware updates have also been made. Missing components such as UltraMap photogrammetric workflow software, or UltraMount can be added to the package if needed for a complete data acquisition system. And the cameras can be put under hardware maintenance immediately without any further service or calibration. Installation and training will be received directly from our world-class UltraCam Support team to get you up to speed as fast as possible.

This is also good news for UltraCam customers who have upgraded to newer systems and are now looking to resell their older UltraCam systems because they can work with the UltraCam team to resell those systems through this new program and in turn offer potential buyers all the advantages mentioned above.

In addition to pre-owned system, the “Cameras For Sale” page of our web site will also include brand new older generation UltraCam Systems. (The current third-generation UltraCam line includes the UltraCam Hawk, UltraCam Falcon, UltraCam Eagle and UltraCam Osprey Prime).

For more information, take a look at the full announcement below.

-Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

 

One-Stop Shopping for Pre-Owned UltraCam Cameras

 Graz, Austria — November 18, 2014 — Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit and subsidiary has created a new online marketplace that lists refurbished, pre-owned UltraCam cameras for sale. For customers looking for a low-cost entry point to the award-winning line of digital aerial camera systems, or those adding to an existing pool of digital resources, this is the place for one-stop shopping.

To ensure that UltraCam cameras being sold on the secondary market meet Microsoft’s operating qualifications, Microsoft is acting as a broker for pre-owned cameras. As part of its responsibilities, Microsoft refurbishes, calibrates and certifies every camera, and includes a one-year warranty. Brokered cameras are also eligible for maintenance contracts. Besides the benefit of acquiring a quality, fully-functioning, manufacturer-certified digital camera to enhance their aerial acquisition services, buyers have the opportunity to save money on combined hardware and UltraMap software purchased through Microsoft.

In addition to pre-owned cameras offered by the current owners and trade-ins received by Microsoft, there are also brand new 2nd generation cameras available, such as the UltraCamXp and UltraCamLp, which are no longer manufactured but are fully supported under maintenance contracts.

“Microsoft believes that by providing a centralized marketplace for manufacturer-certified pre-owned UltraCam cameras, we lower the risk for buyers,” said Alexander Wiechert, Microsoft Business Director. “We hope to ensure that every UltraCam experience is a good one.”

Please refer to Cameras for Sale on the Microsoft website for a listing of available equipment.

About Microsoft’s UltraCam Business Unit

With its operations based in Graz, Austria, and sales and support teams in North America and Asia, Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit brings more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to Microsoft’s Bing Maps business unit. The division is responsible for the highly successful line of UltraCam digital aerial mapping systems that today include the UltraCam Hawk, UltraCam Falcon, and UltraCam Eagle digital photogrammetric sensors, and the UltraCam Osprey nadir/oblique photogrammetric digital aerial sensor. Also offered is the UltraNav Flight Management and Direct Georeferencing system, designed to maximize the efficiency of UltraCam aerial mapping. Rounding out the UltraCam offerings is the fully integrated UltraMap workflow software system.

About Microsoft

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

 

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UltraCam Web Seminar: Do You Speak Digital?

digitalFor aerial acquisition companies that still operate exclusively with film sensors, the digital arena can seem like a different world with its own language. Many film flyers approach discussions about migrating from their film systems to digital systems with concerns over differences in base-to-height ratio, focal lengths and concepts such as scale versus ground sample distance.

Join the UltraCam team’s chief scientist Dr. Michael Gruber in this 45-minute webinar that discusses the aspects of aerial data acquisition to be considered when replacing more traditional analog approaches with those based on newer digital technologies. The discussion covers data collection as well as post-processing, and focuses on Microsoft UltraCam hardware and software systems. Come armed with your questions for the Q&A that will follow the presentation. Better yet, send your questions to ensure they are addressed during the presentation: ultracam@microsoft.com.

Visit the UltraCam Events page of the UltraCam web site for registration details.

-Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

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Beyond Base-to-Height Ratio: Considerations for Evaluating Digital Sensors

When talking to data acquisition companies that are just now looking to transition from film to digital sensors, the topic of base-to-height ratio sometimes still  comes up. This is often because some sensor manufacturers overemphasize b/h ratio to hide shortcomings of other factors in their camera design. While b/h ratio is not unimportant, it is not the only determining factor with respect to vertical height accuracy and has lost its significance in digital photogrammetry. There are other factors in the digital camera world that have an even greater impact:

  • The overall geometric modeling of a digital camera is important. It contains the high-quality geometry calibration and the stability of the camera. B/h achieves nothing if the camera is not calibrated and geometrically stable.
  • The PAN channel radiometric dynamic range is also an important consideration. The more that details are visibly clear and sharp in the PAN channel, the better and more accurate the matching results will be. If the PAN channel has a low dynamic range, it lacks detail and you cannot measure precisely what is not clearly and sharply visible in the image. All UltraCam systems feature adynamic range of 7,600 grey values!

    dynamic range image

    A high dynamic range allows us to get more detail out of areas that are traditionally featureless.

  • A fast frame interval almost completely eliminates disadvantages of a lower b/h ratio. In today’s digital era, you can go to a huge forward overlap (80%, 90%) without additional costs (film, development, scanning, handling), allowing multi-ray matching and the use of more than two images for measurement. This drives vertical accuracy and adds robustness.
  • A PAN channel for the matching. Some cameras achieve matching using an RGB Bayer pattern sensor only. Bayer pattern simply means that the interpolation between individual red, green and blue pixels is already done on the CCD and leads to lower vertical (and horizontal) accuracy in photogrammetric measurements. All UltraCam systems feature a panchromatic channel!
  • Have completely parallax-free images. Parallax introduces geometric error into each image which depends on flight height and the variation of the height in each image. To get parallax-free images you need an accurate camera model which allows fitting the camera geometry into the co-planarity condition. Modern digital photogrammetry solves this through software.  This approach is well-known as software-leveraged hardware.

When evaluating digital sensors, be sure to evaluate the camera with these considerations in mind. At the end of the day you want a system that surpasses, not matches, the film sensor you are replacing.

- Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

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GEOCART Purchases UltraCam Falcon in Germany

Geocart logoOperating since 1966, GEOCART GmbH knows about data capture and  photogrammetry.  Add to this their experience with operating UltraCam large format camera systems, and it’s a nice endorsement for the UltraCam Falcon that the German company recently added one to their arsenal of data acquisition tools that also includes the UltraCam Eagle.

What I love about the UltraCam Falcon is the configuration options that are available to customers when purchasing. The choice of footprints and lens focal lengths allows buyers to acquire a system that is tailor-made for their projects. The smart people at GEOCART apparently share this appreciation for this particular UltraCam model.

Congratulations to everyone at GEOCART GmbH from the entire UltraCam team!

(Full press release below.)

-Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

GEOCART Purchases UltraCam Falcon in Germany

Graz, Austria — July 31, 2014 — GEOCART GmbH has contracted with Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit and subsidiary to purchase an UltraCam Falcon, one of the well-known third-generation UltraCam digital aerial camera systems being adopted worldwide.

The UltraCam Falcon offers a versatile platform for aerial mapping projects. The system is available with two different focal lengths–a standard 100mm focal length or a wide-angle 70mm focal length–and two different footprint sizes (14,430 pixels across or 17,310 pixels across the flight strip).

GEOCART selected the 100mm lens and the 14,430 pixel footprint configuration, which offers the flexibility to utilize the Falcon in conjunction with its UltraCam Eagle, also equipped with a 100mm lens, for large projects, or to fly the Falcon alone at low-level altitudes to obtain high-resolution images. The Falcon’s frame rate of up to one second captures images up to 2cm ground resolution.

“The UltraCam Falcon complements our large-format UltraCam Eagle camera,” said Dr. Thore Kiski, owner of GEOCART. “Together the Falcon and Eagle give us the opportunity to cover a wide range of applications requiring everything from high image resolution at low flying altitude to quick coverage of huge areas at high altitude with a very large footprint.”

GEOCART began operating UltraCam systems in 2007 with its purchase of an UltraCamX. Since that time, it has purchased and flown the UltraCam Eagle with 80mm, 100mm and 210mm lenses, as well as completed projects with the UltraCam Osprey. “We look forward to enhancing our operations with the capabilities of the Falcon,” said Kiski.

“GEOCART continues to be receptive to adopting the latest UltraCam technology to achieve increased efficiency and better quality products and services,” said Alexander Wiechert, Microsoft Business Director. “The UltraCam Falcon is a highly useful addition to GEOCART’s data acquisition resources.”

About the UltraCam Falcon
The UltraCam Falcon features include:

  • PAN, color and NIR data captured in one pass
  • Ground Sample Distance (GSD) up to 2cm
  • Choice between two image footprint sizes (14,430 * 9,420 pixels or 17,310 * 11,310 pixels across the flight strip)
  • Choice between two lens focal lengths (the standard 100mm Pan or wide-angle 70mm Pan)
  • Integrated unit that contains all components in the sensor head
  • Solid-state image storage system that holds approximately 7,500 images (with 14,430 pixel footprint) and 5,200 images (with 17,310 pixel footprint)
  • Compatible with UltraNav flight management and direct georeferencing system from Applanix

About Microsoft’s UltraCam Business Unit
With its operations based in Graz, Austria, and sales and support teams in North America and Asia, Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit brings more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to Microsoft’s Bing Maps business unit. The division is responsible for the highly successful line of UltraCam digital aerial mapping systems that today include the UltraCam Hawk, UltraCam Falcon, and UltraCam Eagle digital photogrammetric sensors, and the UltraCam Osprey nadir/oblique photogrammetric digital aerial sensor. Also offered is the UltraNav Flight Management and Direct Georeferencing system, designed to maximize the efficiency of UltraCam aerial mapping. Rounding out the UltraCam offerings is the fully integrated UltraMap workflow software system, with features that include high-density 3D point cloud creation, highly accurate and detailed digital surface model (DSM) generation, and ortho mosaicing capabilities based on an automatically generated DSM or traditional DSM.

About Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

About GEOCART GmbH
Since its origin in 1966, GEOCART GmbH has built a reputation as a leading German supplier of photogrammetric products and services with highly experienced employees utilizing the most modern technology available in the fields of surveying, photogrammetry and remote sensing. GEOCART conducts aerial photo flights using a Cessna 402 and turbine engine Piper Cheyenne IIXL, specially equipped with UltraCamX, UltraCam Eagle, and UltraCam Falcon digital camera systems. The firm mainly operates in Europe with additional international focus in areas such as Iraq. For more information about the company, go to www.geocart.de or contact Dr. Thore Kiske at (+49) 02366/1095-0 or kiske@geocart.de.

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Microsoft UltraCam Case Study: Leading Edge Geomatics

LEGO LOGOI am attending the MAPPS Summer meeting this week in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Not a bad place to be in July: it is beautiful in this part of the country and we have had perfect flying weather. Meanwhile, we have mostly been holed up in the hotel meeting rooms networking and discussing the business of mapping. A question that I have been asked–and that I am often asked when working with prospective new UltraCam operators–is what does installation and training look like. To this, I tell prospects that when their new UltraCam is delivered it is followed by someone from our Implementation and Support team who will install the system, train the operator on its use and then on the use of our UltraMap software, and that the whole experience is a matter of about a business week.  I am then typically asked about the ease of use of the UltraCam systems. “How long does it take to get up and flying and to be proficient.”  To this, I speak to Leading Edge Geomatics of New Brunswick, Canada.

Bruce and Bill Kidman approached me right about this time in the summer of 2012 interested in an UltraCam. Given their typical projects, we very quickly identified the 92 megapixel UltraCamLp as the best fit for them from our product portfolio. Leading Edge tested the camera that fall. We installed the camera in their aircraft on a Monday and Leading Edge was up and flying on Tuesday. By Friday they had calibrated, created operational checklists, trained a new camera operator, and had flown 5 projects which, as I recall, amounted to about 1,500 images. Certified UltraCam operators!

We recently published a case study on Leading Edge that I think you will find good reading. Take a look.

-Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

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The UltraCam Eagle takes flight in Australia!

AAG logo

The UltraCam is increasing its dominion of the skies with the delivery of an UltraCam Eagle to Advance Aviation Group Pty Ltd (AAG), a Transwonderland Limited company (TWL) in Australia!

Recognizing the beauty of the exchangeable lens system, the AAG has opted for the 80mm and 210mm focal length lens systems to support the company’s low and high altitude projects. Additionally, the system acquisition included an UltraMount gyro-stabilized mount and the UltraNav GNSS and direct geo-referencing system.

Lens comparison UCE f80mm and f210mm lens systems.

Lens comparison UCE f80mm and f210mm lens systems.

My understanding is that TWL is one of the main group of traditional land owners in Papua New Guinea who is working towards implementing growing technology and developing business opportunities  in that area. Their intention is to train the local indigenous people to undertake their own aerial survey operations, including processing and final map/product output. Since receiving their Eagle, the camera has been kept extremely busy with projects leveraging both the 80mm and 210mm lens systems, AAG/TWL report that they are impressed with the lens exchange capability, and that the end customers are very happy with the quality of the data.

Congratulations to AAG/TWL from all of us on the UltraCam team!

Full announcement included below.

- Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

First UltraCam Eagle in Australia Purchased by Advance Aviation Group

Graz, Austria — June 3, 2014 — Advance Aviation Group Pty Ltd (AAG), a Transwonderland Limited company, has contracted with Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit and subsidiary to purchase the first UltraCam Eagle “ultra-large” digital aerial camera to be delivered in Australia. The system is equipped with 80mm and 210mm exchangeable lenses, an UltraNav GNSS-Inertial Direct Georeferencing + Flight Management System and a gyro-stabilized UltraMount. UltraNav is an integrated unit that consolidates all navigation and flight planning components for simple installation and economical operations when compared to similar “standalone” systems.

AAG is a well established and respected passenger/freight forwarding aviation company providing aerial services and aircraft maintenance to regional Queensland and throughout Australia. The acquisition of the Microsoft UltraCam Eagle system introduces leading-edge aerial imagery technology and processing software to the Australian and western Pacific remote sensing market. Currently operating in excess of eight aircraft, the move into aerial surveying and mapping is an expansion of AAG’s services to better serve regional mining companies and other clients throughout Australia and Papua New Guinea.

“The UltraCam product line has proven its reliability over the years — we often operate in remote areas under difficult environmental conditions, so installation and operation needed to be straightforward and very dependable,” stated Alec Mercer, CEO of Advance Aviation Group. “We were also drawn to the Eagle’s attractive price-to-performance due to its high-volume data acquisition capabilities and excellent data quality.”

The UltraCam Eagle has an exchangeable lens system for added flexibility. AAG is purchasing the 80mm lens for efficient capture of large area regional projects, and the 210mm lens for high-altitude flying over central business district areas. Australian Air Traffic Control restricts flying over dense urban areas; however, with the 210mm lens, AAG is able to achieve 10cm GSD from a 12,000’ altitude.

“Microsoft is excited to provide AAG with its first digital aerial camera with flight planning and navigation software to support its entry into the Australian mapping market,” said Alexander Wiechert, Microsoft Business Director. “The UltraCam Eagle is the culmination of technology developed and tested for over ten years for the benefit of our customers.”

About the UltraCam Eagle
The third-generation UltraCam Eagle includes the following features:

  • Pan image footprint of 20,010 pixels across the flight strip
  • Enhanced electronics for improved frame rate and less noise (72 dB signal-to-noise ratio for high image dynamic) when compared to previous UltraCam systems
  • Innovative high-resolution, high-performance lenses and state-of-the-art CCD technology (@ 5.2 µm pixel size) for sharp images with a high dynamic range
  • Exchangeable lens system with 80mm, 100mm, and 210mm options
  • Integrated housing concept with all parts residing in a modular sensor head

About Microsoft’s UltraCam Business Unit
With its operations based in Graz, Austria, and sales and support teams in North America, Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit brings more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to Microsoft’s Bing Maps business unit. The division is responsible for the highly successful line of UltraCam digital aerial mapping systems that today include the UltraCam Hawk, UltraCam Falcon, and UltraCam Eagle digital photogrammetric sensors, and the UltraCam Osprey nadir/oblique photogrammetric digital aerial sensor. Also offered is the UltraNav Flight Management and Direct Georeferencing system, designed to maximize the efficiency of UltraCam aerial mapping. Rounding out the UltraCam offerings is the fully integrated UltraMap workflow software system, with features that include high-density 3D point cloud creation, highly accurate and detailed digital surface model (DSM) generation, and ortho mosaicing capabilities based on an automatically generated DSM or traditional DSM.

About Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

About Advance Aviation Group
Advance Aviation Group is a privately owned geospatial services company based in Emerald, Queensland, Australia. The firm offers photogrammetric aerial surveys throughout Australia and the western Pacific and possesses data processing capabilities to produce a full range of high quality value-added products. For more information, go to www.advanceaviation.com.au or email Alec Mercer at amercer@advanceaviation.com.au or phone +61 (0)74987 5566.

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GeoAir Acquires UltraCam Falcon

geoair logoThe Microsoft UltraCam team prides itself on our pace of innovation. Between 2004 and 2011 we introduced three generations of UltraCam large format digital aerial photogrammetric systems that include:

  • the original UltraCamD
  • the UltraCamX
  • the UltraCamXp
  • the UltraCamXp Wide Angle
  • the UltraCamLp
  • and the UltraCam Eagle

The UltraCam Eagle introduced the third generation UltraCam architecture that also underpins the UltraCam Falcon, UltraCam Hawk and UltraCam Osprey oblique/nadir system, systems that were all brought to market between October 2012 and October 2013. The rate at which we have released new versions of our UltraMap photogrammetric software is equally impressive but for the sake of brevity, I will just note that the software was first released in 2010 and today consists of a complete, end-to-end photogrammetric workflow system that ingests UltraCam data and produces data products all the way to the point of point clouds, DSMs and orthomosaics.

Yet despite all this innovation, it is not obsolescence that drives UltraCam customers to invest in new UltraCam systems. In fact, many customers who purchased the original UltraCamD continue to use these systems as the workhorse of their aerial data acquisition projects. Because of the long life expectancy of UltraCam systems, it is when the productivity needs of UltraCam operators change that they then move to newer UltraCam systems with bigger footprints. Case in point: GeoAir, based in based in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Geoair teamGeoAir has operated the UltraCamD since 2008. Their two UltraCamD systems continue to serve GeoAir well even today but as GeoAir General Director Wolfgang Kost is quoted in the announcement below, the company’s project collection requirements have grown to a few thousand kilometers. This presents the need for an UltraCam with a larger footprint than is provided by their UltraCamD systems and so GeoAir has recently added and UltraCam Falcon in its larger configuration (17,310 pixels across the flight path) to their fleet of camera systems. Meanwhile, their growing business needs have also recently included oblique data collection for which they use an UltraCam Osprey. This illustrates an aspect about the UltraCam line-up that I love: a full range of camera systems to meet an organization’s specific project and budget needs; and with the third generation architecture, an upgrade path that allows systems to be updated through refurbishment. So perhaps I will someday be reporting that GeoAir has upgraded their UltraCam Falcon to an UltraCam Eagle. But don’t be surprised if at that time they are also still operating their UltraCamD systems!  ;-)

Full announcement below.

- Jerry Skaw, Microsoft UltraCam Team

GeoAir Adds UltraCam Falcon to Aerial Resources in Mexico

 Graz, Austria — May 14, 2014 — GeoAir has contracted with Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit and subsidiary to purchase an UltraCam Falcondigital aerial camera system and UltraMap workflow software to handle large volumes of data efficiently.

GeoAir operates throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, primarily on medium-size corridor and cadastre projects for government entities and large private mining companies. GeoAir selected the 100mm lens and the 17,310 pixels across footprint for its UltraCam Falcon configuration to facilitate rapid data acquisition at high altitudes. In heavily congested airspaces like Mexico City, a higher flying altitude is a great advantage, and project delivery time can be improved by avoiding air traffic issues.

untitled4“We decided to purchase an UltraCam Falcon to augment our present equipment with a camera that better matches our project collection requirements, which typically are up to a few thousand square kilometers,” said Wolfgang Kost, General Director at GeoAir.“The UltraCam Falcon, positioned between the UltraCam Hawk and the ultra-large UltraCam Eagle in regards to image footprint and price, fit our needs quite well.”

“In addition to operating our two UltraCamD models and the new UltraCam Falcon, we are currently completing a 3D modeling project in Mexico City with an UltraCam Osprey, a versatile digital camera with nadir and oblique capture capabilities,” continued Kost. “Our high level of satisfaction with the UltraCam product line is a key factor in our purchasing decisions.”

“GeoAir has been a valuable partner to Microsoft in the Latin American region since purchasing its first UltraCamD in 2008,” said Alexander Wiechert, Microsoft Business Director. “GeoAir has experienced impressive growth over the years, which will be further supported by the technology built into the UltraCam Falcon.”

About the UltraCam Falcon
The UltraCam Falcon features include:

  • PAN, color and NIR data captured in one pass
  • Choice between two image footprint sizes (14,430 pixels across or 17,310 pixels across)
  • Choice between two lens focal lengths (the standard 100mm Pan or wide angle 70mm Pan)
  • Integrated unit that contains all components in the sensor head
  • Solid-state image storage system that holds approximately 7,500 images (with 14,430 pixel footprint) and 5,200 images (with 17,310 pixel footprint)
  • Compatible with UltraNav flight management and direct georeferencing system from Applanix

About Microsoft’s UltraCam Business Unit
With its operations based in Graz, Austria, and sales and support teams in North America and Asia, Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit brings more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to Microsoft’s Bing Maps business unit. The division is responsible for the highly successful line of UltraCam digital aerial mapping systems that today include the UltraCam Hawk,UltraCam Falcon, and UltraCam Eagle digital photogrammetric sensors, and the UltraCam Osprey nadir/oblique photogrammetric digital aerial sensor. Also offered is the UltraNav Flight Management and Direct Georeferencing system, designed to maximize the efficiency of UltraCam aerial mapping. Rounding out the UltraCam offerings is the fully integrated UltraMap workflow software system, with features that include high-density 3D point cloud creation, highly accurate and detailed digital surface model (DSM) generation, and ortho mosaicing capabilities based on an automatically generated DSM or traditionalDSM.

About Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

About GeoAir
Founded in 1994 and based in Cuernavaca, Mexico, GeoAir operates its own fleet of aircraft to collect aerial imagery with photogrammetric digital cameras and a LiDAR scanner. GeoAir was an early adopter of digital aerial technology and has been responsible for mapping all of the major cities in Mexico, as well as the multi-year project to extend the Panama Canal and other projects in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information about the company, go to http://www.geoair.net/or contact Wolfgang Kost at +52 777.365.0572 or wolf@geoair.net.

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