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case study

September 10, 2015

Mapping Company Gains Efficiency, Cuts Costs with Innovative Aerial Cameras

Graz, Austria — September 10, 2015 — GeoAir, an aerial mapping company, took vertical and oblique aerial images to upgrade maps for 15 municipalities in the State of Mexico. GeoAir used the Microsoft UltraCam Osprey to take both required types of images at once, which allowed the company to halve costs and improve efficiency while obtaining accurate, high-quality images