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Lead’Air

November 18, 2016

Lead’Air Creates an Unparalleled Multi-Use “HELIDAS” Oblique Camera System for Helicopter and Fixed-Wing Aircraft

Kissimmee, FL  - Lead’Air Inc. has developed a new, extremely compact five camera MIDAS (Multi-image Digital Acquisition System) capable of mounting on the nose of a Bell 206B or AS350 Eurocopter with the use of the FAA approved Meeker mounts. With just a few bolts the unit can also be disconnected from the helicopter mount

July 13, 2016

Lead’Air Announces a New 13 Camera DODECABLIQUE MIDAS System!

Following the successful introduction of the OCTOBLIQUE MIDAS 9 camera system last year, Lead’Air is announcing the final development of a new, unique DODECABLIQUE MIDAS with 12 oblique and 1 nadir cameras. This camera system was recently ordered by Dat’Air Inc, an aerial operator specializing in high attitude oblique photography. Based on the Lead’Air, fully

November 12, 2015

New Track’Air Helicopter System Uses RIEGL Scanner to Improve Corridor Mapping

Lead’Air Inc., the manufacturer of Track’Air aerial survey products, is launching a newly-designed aerial platform for use on helicopters. The MIDAR-H facilitates the concurrent capture of LiDAR point cloud data and tri-view imagery for corridor and powerline mapping applications. “We are thrilled with the development of this system. The companies that are already using it

November 19, 2014

Lead’Air Announces Three New Track’Air Oblique Midas Systems Based on the Nikon D810

Nov. 18, 2014 —When altitude restrictions are imposed to you by air traffic control and you have to either fly lower or higher than usual, you typical oblique camera system 50mm/85mm will not cope. Lead Air has therefore developed a new high altitude Midas and two new low altitudes Midas.       1) Midas

October 17, 2014

Lead’Air and Stellacore Solutions Join Forces to Improve Oblique Aerial Systems

Kissimmee, Fla. and Aurora, Colo., Oct. 16, 2014—Lead’Air Inc. (“Lead’Air”) and Stellacore Solutions LLC (“Stellacore”) announce a collaboration whereby these companies will jointly apply their complementary expertise in aerial oblique sensor technology (Lead’Air) and image processing production and calibration software systems (Stellacore) to improve the fidelity and efficiency of oblique aerial systems/processes. Since 2005, Lead’Air