See the Microsoft UltraCam Eagle and the future of UltraMap at ASPRS 2012

Don’t miss the opportunity to see the latest photogrammetric technology innovations from Microsoft’s UltraCam Group at ASPRS 2012!
Join Microsoft’s UltraCam Group at our ASPRS 2012 User Group meeting where we will be showing the remarkable new features coming with the release of our UltraMap 3.0 software, our latest photogrammetric digital aerial camera system, the UltraCam Eagle, and the Applanix-based UltraNav direct georeferencing and flight management system. Hear testimonials from UltraCam customers why they fly with the award-winning UltraCam! Prizes will be raffled, refreshments will be served, and seating will be limited to be sure to arrive early.
UltraCam User Group Meeting:
Tuesday, March 20th
1-5PM in Room 308 Sacramento Convention Center
Exhibit Hall booth #413
Get high-density point clouds from UltraCam aerial imagery with UltraMap 3.0!

Microsoft’s UltraMap photogrammetric workflow software has undergone radical changes and ASPRS 2012 provides a unique opportunity for you to see these updates firsthand!

Visit us to see how UltraMap version 3.0 is delivering capabilities used to process the aerial imagery seen on Microsoft Bing Maps and will soon be available to your organization, including: high-density point clouds, digital surface models, traditional and true ortho-photos.
The new UltraCam Eagle builds on the award-winning UltraCam legacy and reputation to establish a new “ultra-large” format category for unprecedented efficiencies in aerial data acquisition. Some UltraCam Eagle quick facts:
• Ultra-large PAN image footprint with more than 20,000 pixels across the flight strip. Fewer flight lines and less flight time necessary.
• New housing concept with everything integrated into a modular sensor head. Smaller physical footprint requires less aircraft space, quicker and easier installation
• The first photogrammetric camera to offer exchangeable lens system with 80mm (standard) and 210mm (tele for high altitude flights).
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The combination of Microsoft’s photogrammetric hardware and software advancements are revolutionizing the industry. But don’t take our word for it … stop by our booth #413 and see for yourself!