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December 2, 2014

 

Web Seminar: Do you speak Digital?

 

For aerial acquisition companies that still operate exclusively with film sensors, the digital arena can seem like a different world with its own language. Many film flyers approach discussions about migrating from their film systems to digital systems with concerns over differences in base-to-height ratio, focal lengths and concepts such as scale versus ground sample distance.

 

This 45-minute webinar discusses the aspects of aerial data acquisition that must be considered when replacing more traditional analog approaches with those based on newer digital technologies. The discussion covers data collection as well as post-processing, and focuses on Microsoft UltraCam hardware and software systems. Come armed with your questions for the Q&A that will follow the presentation. Better yet, send your questions to ensure they are addressed during the presentation: ultracam@microsoft.com.

 

Presenter:

Michael Gruber, Chief Scientist

 

DETAILS for December 2, 7am GMT Live Meeting:

 

Please note that you will not be able to join until 30 minutes prior to the scheduled meeting start time.

Webinar URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join?id=BQP6D6&role=attend&pw=6-Jd%7BgS%3AW OR https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join and enter the information below

 

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DETAILS for December 2, 3:00 pm GMT Live Meeting:

 

Please note that you will not be able to join until 30 minutes prior to the scheduled meeting start time.

 

Webinar URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join?id=2NQ4RD&role=attend&pw=5FT%7BJhp%25r OR https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/microsoft/join and enter the information below

 

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May 27, 2014

 

Web Seminar: UltraCam Osprey Prime and UltraMap 3.2

 

At the ASPRS conference in Louisville, Kentucky, Microsoft’s UltraCam business unit introduced an updated version of the UltraCam Osprey, a digital aerial system that combines a high performing photogrammetric nadir camera with oblique image capture capabilities. The new version of the UltraCam Osprey has been redesigned with an 80mm focal length to enhance its nadir collection performance at higher altitudes without reducing resolution and the forward- and backward-looking cameras are redesigned to be single cones instead of two double cones to simplify the hardware and improve reliability.

 

 

In this web seminar we talk about:

 

  • General camera design
  • Special features
  • Sample images
  • Achieved accuracies shown with a sample project
  • Integration into the UltraMap workflow

 

Presenters:
Alexander Wiechert, Business Manager
Michael Gruber, Chief Scientist 

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July 25, 2013

 

Web Seminar: UltraCam Osprey

 

With the Microsoft UltraCam Osprey we announced a whole new breed of camera, combining a high performing photogrammetric nadir camera with oblique capture capability, offering a more versatile dataset than other oblique systems on the market today.

 

In this web seminar we will talk about:

 

  • General camera design
  • Special features
  • Sample images
  • Achieved accuracies shown with a sample project
  • Integration into the UltraMap workflow

 

Join Microsoft’s UltraCam experts in this 45-minute session to learn how you can use the UltraCam Osprey as the ideal sensor system for projects such as urban mapping and 3D city modeling.

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to see our latest technological advancements to get your questions answered directly from our experts!

 

Presenter:
Alexander Wiechert, Business Manager
Michael Gruber, Chief Scientist

 

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April 16, 2013

 

Web Seminar: UltraCam Eagle f210

 

The UltraCam Eagle now features an exchangeable 210mm lens system that allows you to fly high-altitude missions and still capture the same high-resolution, geometrically accurate PAN imagery you’ve come to expect from UltraCam technology. No need to be concerned about the increased atmosphere: the superb signal-to-noise ratio of the UltraCam Eagle f210 allows for an exceptionally high image dynamic that allows for correction of color shifts caused by atmosphere, haze, hotspots, and other artifacts using the UltraMap workflow software. Meanwhile, the small field of view of this new lens minimizes lean for tall buildings while still allowing full utilization of the Eagle 20,010 pixel swath width for ortho image production. Occlusions are minimal even for narrow streets or alleys!

 

Join leaders from Microsoft’s UltraCam product group in this 45-minute presentation to learn how the UltraCam Eagle f210 can maximize the efficiency of your aerial data acquisition projects.

 

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Presenters:
Thomas Singer, Implementation Engineer
 Peter Prassl, Product Specialist
Michael Gruber, Chief Scientist

 

April 9, 2013

 

Web Seminar: Exposure Control & High ISO Mode

 

We like to share experience and know-how with you operating the UltraCam with optimized exposure settings for best image quality. This involves the feedback you get from Camera Operating Software (COS) supporting you during optimization process. In addition, we are going to talk about the new High ISO mode (HIM) available with our new cameras and software and how you benefit from it. Completing the session, we will provide general information about why we decided to let operators manually tune exposure settings instead of using auto-exposure technics.

 

Join Microsoft’s UltraCam experts in this 45-minute session to learn how you can optimize image quality flying an UltraCam.

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to see our latest technological advancements to get your questions answered directly from our experts!

 

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Presenters:

Markus Bacher, Implementation Lead
Martin Ponticelli, Development Manager