AEROmetrex: I Fly UltraCam Video

Happy New Year to all our readers of the UltraCam Blog! We hope that you all took a little time off at the end of 2012 to rest and recharge for 2013.

Prior to our end of the year break we started featuring  “home-made” and customer-submitted versions of the popular “I Fly UltraCam” videos our team has been producing over the last couple of years. To date we have seen videos from FMM, Blue Skies Consulting, and GEODIS. Today’s post shares a video from Australian-based aerial surveying and mapping company, AEROmetrex.

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AEROmetrex has been using UltraCam systems (UltraCamD and UltraCamX) for over seven years and in that time has captured over 800,ooo images over a territory that spans 7.7 million kilometers of vastly changing terrain. The imagery and aerial views featured in their “I Fly UltraCam” video are stunning and fascinating, especially for anyone who has not spent much time in that part of the world.  Mark Deuter–AEROmetrex Managing Director–underscores the importance of the UltraCam reliability and support given that much of the region is very remote. Meanwhile, Technical Director, David Byrne, shares the significance of the UltraCam versatility to allow AEROmetrex to fly projects ranging from large-scale mapping to precise engineering survey mapping.

Check out their excellent “I Fly UltraCam” video and when you are done, take a look at the images and impressive 3D videos found in the Image and Video galleries on their web site.

– Jerry Skaw, Sales & Marketing, Microsoft UltraCam Team

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About UltraCam Team

Vexcel Imaging is a leading provider of digital aerial cameras. Its family of UltraCam aerial sensor products includes the UltraCam Condor, UltraCam Osprey, UltraCam Eagle/EaglePrime, UltraCam Falcon/FalconPrime and and end-to-end processing with UltraMap photogrammetric workflow software. Terrestrial products include the UltraCam Mustang mobile sensor system and the UltraCam Panther portable sensor system.
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