Monthly Archives: October 2011

Simultaneous Capture with the UltraCam

The October/November digital issue of Geoinformatics magazine features an article from Hamish Grierson of Blom UK that tells about the challenges his organization faced in enabling simultaneous data capture using their LiDAR system and UltraCam digital aerial sensor in the same aircraft. Complexities included cutting a second hole in the fuselage … Continue reading

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Peace Map Co., Ltd: “I Fly UltraCam”

The UltraCam team recently traveled to Beijing to visit Peace Map Co., Ltd, one of the most prolific photogrammetric services companies in China. Peace Map owns six UltraCam systems (one UltraCamD, two UltraCamXp systems and three UltraCamLp systems), has grown to … Continue reading

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Microsoft UltraCam at Intergeo 2011

Intergeo 2011 closed its doors two weeks ago. It appeared to have been smaller than last year, but for me it was again a good show, well worth attending. With Microsoft’s UltraCam business, we exhibit every year and Intergeo is probably the … Continue reading

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Geconnexion article: Ordnance Survey tells about implementing the UltraCamXp

The October issue of Geoconnexion features an article in which Mark Tabor, senior technical advisor for the Ordnance Survey–the national mapping agency of Great Britain–tells about the agency’s experience in migrating from analog aerial mapping technologies to a fully digital workflow at the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Microsoft UltraCam Blog!

Welcome to the UltraCam Blog, the official blog for the Microsoft UltraCam Team. If you have found this blog, you are likely already aware of the UltraCam family of digital aerial camera systems used by aerial surveyors worldwide for photogrammetric … Continue reading

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