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May 5, 2015

Leica Chiroptera II Exceeds Depth Specs in a Demonstration Flight in Japan

Heerbrugg/Switzerland, Jönköping/Sweden, May 5 2015 — Airborne Hydrography AB, part of Leica Geosystems, recently made a new depth record in airborne LIDAR bathymetry with the Leica Chiroptera II system during a customer demonstration survey near Okinawa and the Tenryu River,  Japan. Airborne Hydrography AB has conducted customer demonstration surveys in Japan using the Leica Chiroptera II and Leica

February 19, 2014

Visual Intelligence Releases iOne Sensor Reconfiguration Kit

Houston, Feb. 11, 2014—Visual Intelligence today unveiled an industry breakthrough with the iOne™ Sensor Reconfiguration Kit (“iOne SRK™”), which expands the capabilities and flexibility of its cost-effective, disruptive iOne STKA-based sensor system solutions. A first in the geospatial industry, the iOne SRK enables the iOne Stereo to be reconfigured in the field from 12 kps