New Large Format Digital Airborne Sensor from Jena-Optronix

Jena-Optronik GmbH (Germany) has announces the new Jena Airborne Scanner JAS 150, a second generation digital sensor with enhanced flexibility and reliability. Developed for photogrammetry, mapping and remote sensing of medium and large areas, the device represents a new generation of digital aerial cameras. Offering the highest resolution on the market - up to 5cm from 1,000m flight altitude - the JAS 150 satisfies high resolution imaging requirements. As a company with strong historical roots, which grew from the development of the renowned and proven space-borne multi-spectral camera MKF-6 and the airborne four-band device MSK-4, the Jenoptik subsidiary now returns... (read more)
2005-07-14 12:00:00

Applanix Launches Its New Digital Sensor System for Airborne Applications

Applanix (Canada) has announced the launch of its next generation Digital Sensor System, the DSS 322. The new system incorporates a 22 megapixel CCD array, Aerolens custom-manufactured optics, and TruSpectrum technology engineered to maximise the system’s capability in generating high-quality colour and CIR (colour infrared ) digital geospatial imaging products. The DSS 322 is a modular, turnkey digital airborne remote sensing system designed to complete all phases of a project life cycle, from initial flight planning, through digital image acquisition to final product output. The system includes a new camera data module and computer firmware, plus enhanced Flight Management software.... (read more)
2005-10-04 12:00:00

Leica DMC III Aerial Frame Sensor with CMOS Technology

Leica Geosystems has announced the DMC III, a large-format CMOS airborne sensor, which it describes as one of the most efficient digital mapping cameras on the market. The DMC III will offer a single-frame sensor of 25,000 pixels. The single monolithic sensor providing 391 megapixels offers productivity for airborne image data collection. The new CMOS sensor technology includes benefits like 78dB dynamic range and extremely low image noise level, allowing customers to fly more hours per day. Based on the airborne sensor design of Leica Geosystems, the DMC III supports the common sensor platform with Lidar and oblique sensors to minimise operating... (read more)
2015-06-12 02:38:38

Applanix DSS Airborne Sensor is ESRI Image Server Ready

Applanix’ DSS Airborne Digital Sensor System has successfully transferred and rapidly processed geo-referenced imagery using the ESRI Image Server. Ortho photos derived from the Applanix DSS directly georeferenced imagery and the USGS DEM were produced and shared via ESRI Image Server in less than eight hours after the flight. This represents a step towards full on-demand interoperability between industry airborne remote sensing systems and geospatial data server technology. The digital format of the DSS Digital Sensor System makes the Applanix camera platform co-operate with the ESRI Image Server. Geospatial data stored within the ESRI Image Server – raw georeferenced DSS... (read more)
2006-08-09 12:00:00

New Leica Sensor Brings Efficiency to Airborne Lidar Mapping

Leica Geosystems has announced the release of the Leica SPL100 as part of the RealTerrain reality capture solution. It enables airborne professionals to more efficiently collect and process Lidar data of large areas, day or night and in leaf-on or leaf-off conditions. Combining the SPL100 single photon Lidar (SPL) and imaging sensor with Leica HxMap, the scalable post-processing workflow software, RealTerrain enables the efficient collection and rapid processing of large-area Lidar datasets. the SPL100 is able to collect 6 million points per second with 100 output beams, and HxMap provides a complete single-interface post-processing platform to create industry standard Lidar... (read more)
2017-02-14 04:11:50

ITT Delivers Imaging Sensor for GeoEye-1 Satellite

ITT Corporation (NY, USA) its Space Systems Division has successfully shipped the next-generation commercial imaging payload for the GeoEye-1 satellite to General Dynamics (AZ, USA). ITT’s contribution includes the design and manufacture of the electro-optical assembly (camera) that will take pan-sharpened, multi-spectral images of the earth with better than 0.5-meter resolution from 425 miles above the Earth. GeoEye plans to launch GeoEye-1 later this year from Vandenberg AFB, California, USA. The delivery of the GeoEye-1 payload is the second of three sensors to be supplied by ITT under the U.S. government’s NextView program. ITT delivered the first sensor to DigitalGlobe... (read more)
2007-02-20 03:20:51

Optech Announces Airborne Lidar Sensor for Wide-area Mapping

Optech has unveiled the latest addition to its line of airborne laser terrain mappers, the ALTM Galaxy. With the Galaxy, the Canadian company aims to raise the bar in sensor capability. Boasting a similar compact form factor to the award-winning ALTM Orion sensor platform for Tier-II UAV, heli-pod, gyro-stabilised or fixed-platform installations, the new ALTM Galaxy maintains the same survey-grade data precision and accuracy for the highest-quality datasets in the industry. Central to Galaxy‘s performance capability is its innovative, high-productivity PulseTRAK technology. PulseTRAK’s features directly address key industry demands and limitations associated with current sensor offerings. PulseTRAK technology enables a... (read more)
2014-10-03 09:41:12

Sanborn Purchases iOne n-Oblique Sensor System Solution

Visual Intelligence has announced that Sanborn Map Company’s extensive evaluation of Visual Intelligence’s iOne n-Oblique Sensor System Solution for oblique and 3D imaging has resulted in a purchase. Sanborn is the first customer to deploy this new and innovative aerial digital camera system, one of the industry’s fastest, most stable, accurate, and economical sensor for oblique and 3D applications. Sanborn will deploy the iOne n-Oblique for 3D mapping contracts it holds with its worldwide customer base. The Visual Intelligence team has brought to market highest image quality, metric accuracy and production-level performance at an unprecedented price, said Visual Intelligence president... (read more)
2013-12-04 08:30:00

Airborne Technologies to Perform Sensor Aircraft Demos at Intergeo

This year, Intergeo is being held just a stone’s throw away from the Essen Mühlheim Airport in Germany. Airborne Technologies plans to use this opportunity to bring one of its sensor aircrafts to the event, to give interested visitors the chance to inspect it and perhaps even experience a demo flight. The Austrian company Airborne Technologies, founded in 2008 by seven leading experts in the field of aerial sensing, now employs 35 people and has established a good reputation in the surveying community. The company’s ability for interdisciplinary work and for uniting the full work flow know-how under one roof... (read more)
2013-09-23 11:43:12

Leica ADS40 2nd Generation Airborne Digital Sensor

Leica Geosystems (Switzerland) has introduced its Leica ADS40 2nd Generation Airborne Digital Sensor. In 2001, the company introduced the first large-format digital camera, the ADS40. Leica Geosystems has now developed two new sensor heads - SH51 and SH52 - for this system. Equipped with new, patented beamsplitter technology, the SH51 Sensor Head provides co-registered colour and panchromatic images for stereo viewing. The SH52 adds a stereo colour-infrared capability. Professionals can now produce and use the 5-band co-registered imagery for all aerial surveying and airborne remote sensing applications. Time and costs are saved through simultaneous, wide-area acquisition of true high-resolution panchromatic,... (read more)
2006-10-05 12:00:00
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