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November 24, 2014
CAE Purchases VisionMap A3 Edge Digital Mapping System

Ramat Gan, Israel, Nov. 24, 2014—VisionMap Ltd. announced today the sale of its A3 Edge Digital Mapping System to CAE Aviation, a Luxembourg-based provider of services in the fields of geophysical aerial survey and HLS. CAE purchased A3 Edge following their strategic decision to expand the company’s range of services to include aerial mapping and photogrammetric products. 

“After extensive evaluation,” said Bernard ZELER, General Manager of CAE Aviation, “we chose A3 Edge, which met the unique requirements for our range of projects, while maximizing productivity and opening new business opportunities.” VisionMap’s camera is able to fly at high altitudes while obtaining very high resolution images and wide coverage. For mapping projects, A3 Edge provides the highest aerial survey productivity on the market, along with high accuracy without ground control points. Final photogrammetric products are produced in a fully automatic workflow.

About VisionMap

VisionMap Ltd. is a leading provider of digital automatic aerial survey and mapping systems. Its flagship A3 Edge system, comprised of a large format camera and automatic processing system, is known for its capability to capture and process areas four times larger than other available systems in significantly less time, while reducing operational costs. For more information please visit www.visionmap.com.

About CAE Aviation

CAE Aviation is a limited liability company founded in 1971. The company’s customers include NATO, EUFOR, UN agencies, the European Union, Ministries of Defense, Interior and Foreign affairs, international aid agencies, oil and geophysical companies. CAE’s activities focus on operations ranging from para-dropping, minefield detection, locust control, maritime survey, geophysical surveying, aerial photography, and airborne ground surveillance & reconnaissance across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. 

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