Webcast: UltraCam Osprey–A New Slant On Aerial Imagery

IMP00272_cutAs you may already be aware, the Microsoft UltraCam team announced a new digital aerial camera system this past March at the ASPRS 2012 conference in Baltimore, Maryland, the UltraCam Osprey. If you missed this, take a quick gander at the blog entry that followed that announcement.

The UltraCam Osprey is both a nadir camera system and an oblique, allowing you to capture both datasets in one pass. The sensor features 4 nadir cones (2 PAN, 1 RGB, 1 NIR) and a prism/mirror system that captures forward and backward looking views in landscape mode, and side views in portrait mode.

Don’t miss this 45-minute webcast on July 25th during which our business director, Alexander Wiechert, and chief scientist, Michael Gruber, will present on the following topics:

  • General camera design
  • Special features
  • Sample images
  • Achieved accuracies shown with a sample project
  • Integration into the UltraMap workflow

AND … there is always a QnA session that follows the presentations, providing you with an excellent opportunity to get your questions directly answered by our technical experts.

Visit our UltraCam Events page for details and registration.

-Jerry Skaw, Sales & Marketing, Microsoft UltraCam Team


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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