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Advance Aviation Group
Airline charter company Advance Aviation Group (AAG) wanted to expand its business by entering the aerial survey market. By choosing the UltraCam Eagle large-format digital camera, AAG has increased its revenue stream by almost a third.

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Ramani Geosystems
With difficult flying conditions in Africa, Ramani Geosystems needed a reliable large-format camera that could capture larger images in a shorter flight time. Ramani decided that there was no comparison to the UltraCam for quality, price and operational efficiency. That's why Ramani chooses Microsoft UltraCam.

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Topocart
In response to logistical challenges and dangerous conditions in Africa, Topocart required state of-the-art imaging and high capacity digital storage combined with the personal attention of a knowledgeable support team. That's why Topocart chooses Microsoft UltraCam.

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Peace Map
Aerial Mapper Takes Digital Images 30 Percent Faster with Large-Format Camera Driven by customer demand for high-quality aerial images, Peace Map switched from film cameras to the UltraCam digital aerial cameras. Peace Map purchased six cameras: one UltraCamD, two UltraCamXp, and three UltraCamLp photogrammetric digital aerial cameras. The company now delivers superior images with up to 30 percent more efficiency and plans to purchase more UltraCam cameras in the future.

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Société Topographie Informatique (STI)    
Société Topographie Informatique (STI) wanted to expand into the digital aerial survey market. The company chose the UltraCamXp photogrammetric digital aerial camera and now enjoys fast image capture and processing, lower costs, and is growing its new lines of business.

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Keystone Aerial Surveys
Recognizing the demand for high-quality digital aerial images, Keystone Aerial Surveys switched from film cameras to UltraCam photogrammetric cameras. The UltraCam is the source of much of the high resolution imagery seen in Microsoft’s Bing Maps. In this feature video, Keystone staff discuss how the UltraCam digital aerial sensors allow the company to take advantage of new business opportunities.

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