MONTREAL, Nov. 25, 2014—The most important part of mapping, inspections and monitoring by robotic aircraft, is not the airshow – it’s the quality of the imagery and analysis that is enabled.
SimActive Inc., a world-leading developer of photogrammetry software, has been selected by ING Robotic Aviation, Canada’s leader in robotic aircraft solutions. Along with using SimActive’s software for internal post-processing requirements, ING Robotic Aviation is recommending it as the de-facto software with their robotic aircraft systems. They join Correlator3D™ users across the globe using the software’s capability to process thousands of images, at unparalleled speed and quality.
“We are extremely impressed with the maturity of the product compared with the other options on the market”, said Ian Glenn, CEO of ING Robotic Aviation. “We recommend Correlator3D™ with our systems, as the software’s results speak for themselves, especially for real-world applications.”
“Having been around for over a decade now, Correlator3D™ has been adapted continuously to outpace the growing needs of the UAV industry” said Dr Philippe Simard, President of SimActive. “Processing in minutes as opposed to days, the software increases client efficiency, immediately reflected in their bottom line. It is gratifying to give clients control over their projects, and extra time in their schedules, while increasing their profitability.”
ING Robotic Aviation delivers robust, flexible, cost effective airborne sensing solutions and much more. We developed our skills through extensive operational unmanned aircraft system (UAS) surveillance work with the Canadian military. From these beginnings with military drones, we are now providing commercial services with robotic aircraft including mapping, inspections and monitoring in Canada and internationally. Our clients are getting the right information in the right hands in a timely manner, and also discovering whole new uses and capabilities for robotic aviation. We are at the forefront of a disruptive technological and operational change, focused on reinventing aviation. For more information, please visit www.ingrobotic.com.