September 27, 2008 aerial-survey-base

DiMAC oblique

DiMAC seems to be creating its own Oblique system, a 6 camera head configuration.

Here is a press notice from Cicade, a major data provider out of France.
May we get more information at Intergeo.

„DIMAC Systems is providing CICADE with the DiMACOBLiQUE, a unique aerial digital camera that includes 6 camera modules, 2 of them performing the vertical acquisition with an image footprint of 10,500 by 7,200 pixels while 4 camera heads acquire the oblique views (North/South/West/East).

CICADE is uniquely positioned to serve its customers with the fantastic capabilities of this architecture that presents a major advantage towards any other oblique solution. Indeed, the simultaneous acquisition of vertical and oblique images through one single axis leads to common, coherent and accurate parameters (based on aerotriangulation and IMU data). Consequently, the data juxtaposition that creates the 3D model is perfectly accurate and provides an exact representation of the reality with high quality images of 10 cm resolution. In addition all first-rate characteristics commonly associated with the DiMAC end-to-end solution, namely TRUE FMC and TRUE Color produce the sharpest images on the market.“

link in GisCafe

 

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