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DSM of the wood processing factory.

The government of Uruguay chose aerial digital cameras as the best technology to update the Uruguayan geographic dataset. Topocart, a Brazilian company, presented the most attractive proposal incorporating the leading equipment at that time – the Vexcel Imaging UltraCam Eagle Mark 2, which offered a pan frame image footprint of more than 23,000 pixels across the flight strip and an exchangeable lens system. Read the full story here

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Low Lands, High Potential

Earlier this year, Esri CEO and founder Jack Dangermond paid a visit to Zwolle, a  pioneering city of about 130,000 inhabitants in the eastern pa... (read more)

The Incredible Potential of Land Administration

‘Development aid’ is an umbrella term that encompasses many types of financial support provided by governments to stimulate socioeconomic... (read more)
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The Vexcel Data Program, powered by Vexcel Imaging’s UltraCam aerial and terrestrial sensor systems, is a cloud-based aerial imagery service that offers an unprecedented highly detailed image collection covering entire states and countries. Our exec team worked with customers such as Amazon or Microsoft and more. We are going places....

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A Decade of Geospatial Advancements

As the 25th edition of Intergeo rapidly approaches, Wim van Wegen reflects on his own anniversary: a decade in the geospatial business and attendance at ten consecutive Intergeo events. Huge advancements in 3D mobile laser scanning, unmanned aerial vehicles and total stations are just some examples of the innovative nature of our industry. So what will the future bring? This year’s edition in Stuttgart marks the 25th anniversary of Intergeo. My own personal Intergeo debut was back in 2010,... (read more)
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Racurs has a 25-year history of success in the Russian and worldwide geoinformatics market. Since its creation in 1993, the company has developed innovative digital mapping software for processing aerial, spaceborne and terrestrial imagery, known as PHOTOMOD. Today PHOTOMOD is the most popular digital photogrammetric software in Russia and is...
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