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March 26, 2014
Cardinal Systems Adds Vr Auto Tie Point and VrBundle to Its Vr Aerial Triangulation Package

FLAGLER BEACH, Fla., March 21, 2014—The VrAirTrig package simplifies the accurate collection, editing and management of aerial triangulation data. A project management tool helps manage large jobs with the speed and flexibility needed for maximum efficiency in production. Measurements may be collected manually, semi-automatically or automatically. This innovative program incorporates a graphical layout view to manage images, control points, workflow and project management.

VrAutoTiePoint automatically ties images together without GPS or camera data, using state of the art feature matching and optional least squares matching; optionally adds to manual ties or from previous Auto Ties and requires no digital elevation model data. User parameters are minimal and intuitive.

VrBundle detects and rejects a large percentage of outlying measurements which can be as high as 30% and offers the ability to adjust difficult geometries such as oblique, high oblique and coincident positions which are commonly found in UAS and close range projects, without camera position estimates and includes multi camera self-calibration for close range and convergent blocks with non-metric cameras. As one client has said, "Just load your 2000 weird images into the computer and go home!"

Cardinal will be demonstrating these new modules at the ASPRS 2014 Annual Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, USA from March 23 to 28, 2014. We invite you to visit us at Booth 307.

About Cardinal Systems

Cardinal Systems, formed in the year 2000, provides leading-edge technology and exceptional support services to our clients. Our software is the result of 40 years of software development in the fields of photogrammetry, lidar and mapping and we focus on offering user-oriented, easy to use software resulting in increased efficiency and decreased production time. We are located in Flagler Beach, Florida where we maintain our office and training facility. - For additional information please visit www.cardinalsystems.net.

 

 

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