Monthly Archives: December 2011

Bergman Photographic Services Purchases UltraCamXp

The Microsoft UltraCam team today announced that Bergman Photographic Services, based in Portland, OR, recently upgraded their UltraCamLp to an UltraCamXp. Details are in the announcement I am including below. Earlier this month Bruce and Larry Bergman drove to the UltraCam … Continue reading

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Today the UltraCam team announced the sale of a second UltraCamX digital aerial camera system to Kucera International to increase the company’s digital acquisition capabilities. Details in the announcement below. Congratulations and thanks to the Kucera team! -Jerry Skaw, Sales and Marketing, Microsoft … Continue reading

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Benefits of UltraMap for Keystone Aerial Surveys (cont’d) – Radiometry Advances & AT

Below is the next and last section of the paper “Benefits of UltraMap for Keystone Aerial Surveys” from David Day, Director of IT for Keystone Aerial Surveys Inc. This section focuses on UltraMap radiometry advances, UltraMap AT, and finally David … Continue reading

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UltraCam Customer Seeks Experienced Airborne System Operator

In a time of high unemployment, I am all too glad to use the UltraCam Blog to spread the word of a job opportunity within Aerial Cartographics of America, a US aerial mapping organization and UltraCam customer. Please forward if you … Continue reading

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2012 UltraCam North America User Group Meeting!

We’ve locked down the dates for the 2012 UltraCam North America User Group Meeting.  Mark your calendars to be in Boulder, Colorado, January 26-27, 2012.  (And if it snows before then, maybe plan to stay the weekend!) Day One–Thursday, Jan 26–will feature … Continue reading

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Benefits of UltraMap for Keystone Aerial Surveys (cont’d) – Monolithic Stitching & Accuracy Part II

Following up in our series of posts from the paper “Benefits of UltraMap for Keystone Aerial Surveys” from David Day, Director of IT for Keystone Aerial Surveys Inc., here is Part II of the section on Monlithic Stitching and Accuracy. … Continue reading

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REMINDER: UltraMap 3.0 Tech Preview Webcast

Don’t forget to register for TOMORROW’S webcast that will feature a tech preview of the coming UltraMap v3.0 photogrammetric software. See how UltraMap 3.0 will enable UltraCam customers to generate point clouds, digital surface and terrain models, and orthophotos through … Continue reading

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AEROmetrex 3D Fly-through Generated Using UltraCam Imagery

Here’s a quick post from UltraCam customer, AEROmetrex, submitted by Fabrice Marre, Geospatial Business Developer for the company. – Jerry Skaw, Sales and Marketing, Microsoft UltraCam Group AEROmetrex has just completed a large-scale mapping project for the Queensland Government involving the provision … Continue reading

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Benefits of UltraMap for Keystone Aerial Surveys (cont’d) – Monolithic Stitching and Accuracy Part I

As promised, here is the second post from the paper “Benefits of UltraMap for Keystone Aerial Surveys” from David Day, Director of IT for Keystone Aerial Surveys Inc.  Because of the length of this section of the article, I am … Continue reading

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First UltraCam Eagle Digital Aerial Cameras Delivered!

I am extremely pleased to share exciting news with the aerial mapping and survying market: the first two UltraCam Eagle camera systems were shipped to their owners on November 30, 2011! This is a significant milestone for the UltraCam team and for the aerial camera … Continue reading

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