Stuttgart, Germany – September 18, 2019 – From the exhibit hall of the Intergeo 2019 conference in Stuttgart, Germany, Vexcel Imaging — a world-wide leader in aerial and mobile mapping sensors — announces the sale of two UltraCam Eagle M3 large format digital aerial sensor systems plus an additional F210 lens kit to GeoFly, a premier European aerial surveying company based in Magdeburg, Germany. The transaction marks the 6th UltraCam purchase for GeoFly, who operates other models including an UltraCam Falcon M2, an UltraCam X Prime and an UltraCam Osprey M3 nadir/oblique system.
“The UltraCam has long been at the heart of our collection services,” said Aicke Damrau, Managing Director for GeoFly. “The efficiencies of operating the UltraCam, along with the outstanding data quality, allow us to cost-effectively deliver high-quality photogrammetric products that meet the high-standards of our discerning customers.”
Alexander Wiechert, CEO of Vexcel Imaging further explains: “With this camera sale, we are strengthening our partnership with GeoFly even further. We see this as a proof of confidence they place in us, as well as an obligation to maintain what we have already achieved.”
The UltraCam Eagle M3 is Vexcel’s flagship large format aerial camera model, providing an ultra-large image footprint of 26,460 pixels across the flight strip at a rapid collection rate of 1 frame per 1.5 seconds. The system is a highly flexible UltraCam sensor, featuring an exchangeable lens system that allows customers to take full advantage of the system’s expansive footprint through optional lens kits at different focal lengths for missions requiring specific flying altitudes.
About Vexcel Imaging
Developing cutting-edge digital aerial cameras, mobile mapping systems and photogrammetric software with innovative approaches beyond well-trodden paths together with constant product upgrades and a world-class support has made Vexcel Imaging one of the market leaders in this area. The rich UltraCam aerial camera portfolio covers all applications in airborne photogrammetry: From nadir to oblique to wide-area data collection. On the ground, the portable and vehicle-mounted UltraCams help customers meet even the most demanding mobile mapping challenges. Processing of the UltraCam data is done with the UltraMap photogrammetry software offering an end-to-end processing workflow for highly automated generation of quality data products from an UltraCam. Learn more about Vexcel Imaging at http://www.vexcel-imaging.com/.
GeoFly has many years of experience in the production and processing of photogrammetric products. In addition, the company provides a quality guarantee through ISO-certified workflows from flight planning to collection, production, utilization and the finishing of geoinformation. With its headquarter at the Business Airport Magdeburg (Saxony-Anhalt) and an aircraft fleet on site as well as a qualified crew of pilots, camera operators and engineers make GeoFly a reliable and experienced partner for aerial survey data. Learn more about GeoFly at https://web.geofly.eu/