Graz, Austria — April 7, 2011 — In its User Group meeting at the 2011 ASPRS conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Microsoft’s Photogrammetry division will introduce its latest technological advancements that the company expects will set new standards for the aerial mapping industry. The meeting will take place on Monday, May 2 from 1-5 in room 202 E of the Frontier Airlines Center at the Hyatt conference hotel and is open to all ASPRS 2011 attendees holding a full conference pass. Microsoft will also broadcast the 4-hour meeting over the internet via a live webcast for those in the profession who cannot be in Milwaukee to attend the conference. Registration information can be found at the company’s web site for its photogrammetric products: www.iFlyUltraCam.com.
About Microsoft’s Photogrammetry Division
With its operations based in Graz, Austria, and sales and support teams in North America, Microsoft’s Photogrammetry division brings more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to Microsoft’s Bing Maps business unit. The division is responsible for the highly successful line of UltraCam digital aerial mapping systems that include the UltraCamLp, UltraCamXp, and UltraCamXp Wide Angle digital photogrammetric sensors. Rounding out the UltraCam mapping systems offering is the UltraMap workflow software system that provides an automated project-based color balancing module and additional quality control tools.
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