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aerial photography

May 17, 2017

Hasselblad Introduces a 100 Megapixel Aerial Camera System

Aerial photography delivers better results today than ever before and Hasselblad continues to grow its presence in the market, introducing more advanced products and applications for the aerial photographic industry. This is reflected in the Hasselblad A6D-100c, the latest evolution of Hasselblad aerial cameras. Hasselblad cameras are developed by building on the shoulders of the

February 14, 2017

Getmapping and EDINA provide Aerial Photography to Schools

Getmapping and EDINA (University of Edinburgh) have worked together to put aerial photography onto the desk in UK schools via Digimap for Schools. These high resolution images of Britain map can be viewed directly in Digimap for Schools, now used by pupils, students and teachers in 2,500 primary and secondary schools. The images can also

July 21, 2016

Bluesky Provides a Bird’s Eye View of the Goodwood Festival of Speed

Leicestershire, 21 July 2016 – Aerial photography captured by Bluesky has provided the backdrop for a film production to recreate the Goodwood Hill Climb, the most iconic aspect of the UK's Goodwood Festival of Speed. Created by broadcast company Cloudbass working with production company Aurora Media Worldwide, the Bluesky aerial imagery formed part of footage that

June 23, 2016

Bluesky Aerial Images Reveal Britain’s Hidden Land for Mapmakers

Leicestershire, UK, 23 June 2016 – Cartography.co.uk is using the latest aerial photography from Bluesky to produce bespoke maps of rural farms and estates. The largest producer of customised mapping for private landowners in the UK, Cartography.co.uk’s map products are used for a variety of applications, including a growing concern for rural safety. The detailed

April 14, 2016

Aerial Photography, Inspection Top List of FAA-Approved Business Uses for UAS

ARLINGTON, Va. — The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) today released an interactive analysis that finds 38 types of business operations have been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to fly unmanned aircraft systems commercially in the National Airspace System (NAS). According to the report that analyzed more than 3,000 FAA exemptions, aerial

April 12, 2016

Coventry City Council Gets Sky Blue View with Bluesky Ultra High Res Photomap

Leicestershire, 12 April 2016 — Coventry City Council has taken delivery of the latest ultra-high resolution aerial photography from Bluesky. The 5 cm imagery provides an unrivalled level of detail with road markings and street furniture all visible within the dataset. The latest imagery, commissioned by the Council and captured by Bluesky in 2015, offers the

January 20, 2016

Bluesky Revolutionises Aerial Photomap Production with Microsoft UltraMap

Leicestershire, UK, 20 January 2016 — Aerial mapping company Bluesky has revolutionised the production of aerial photography, reducing the time taken to process the terabytes of data captured by more than 75 percent. Following a major research project, the team at Bluesky’s Leicestershire production facility has implemented a Vexcel UltraMap system, which has allowed for the

December 9, 2015

Bluesky’s 3D Aerial Maps Inform Flood Risk Assessments for Planning Applications

Leicestershire, December 9, 2015 — Aerial photography and detailed 3D height models of the UK are being used to assess the risk of flooding, and help development projects progress through the planning process.  Working with Betts Hydro, part of engineering consultancy group Betts Associates, the geographic datasets from Bluesky are providing ground level information for use

September 2, 2015

Independent Mapping Consultants (IMC) to Acquire Carolina Resource Mapping (CRM)

WILMINGTON, NC, SEPTEMBER 2, 2015 – Geospatial mapping firm Independent Mapping Consultants, Inc. (IMC) recently announced its acquisition of the Wilmington, North Carolina based firm, Carolina Resource Mapping, Inc. (CRM). The CRM team offers experienced professional mapping services in the areas of aerial photography and photogrammetric services for transportation and public sector clients. Founded in

August 27, 2015

Bluesky Maps Solar Potential of 100,000 Properties

Leicestershire, UK, August 27, 2015 — Working with resource efficiency company Sustain, Bluesky has mapped around 100,000 Housing Association properties across the UK, measuring their potential for energy generation from solar panels. Using a combination of high resolution aerial photography and detailed 3D models, Bluesky can accurately predict the potential for solar energy generation for individual houses

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