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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 1, 2014

Icaros to Unveil Versatile Nadir/Oblique Aerial Mapping System at InterGEO

FAIRFAX, Va., Oct. 1, 2014—Icaros Inc., a leading provider of advanced aerial remote sensing and 3D visualization solutions, will unveil the IDM 1000 digital oblique mapping system next week at the 2014 InterGEO Conference in Germany. The versatile Icaros Digital Mapper (IDM) 1000 combines a high-accuracy photogrammetric nadir camera with four high-quality oblique sensors in