How about a little taste of our work?



A ping-pong ball has a diameter of 40 millimeters. That’s quite small. Still, the UltraCam captured it in full detail from 1,200 meters above ground.
It’s times like these that even we are surprised by how ingenious our cameras are.
See for yourself.
Image

Sample imagery


Videos


Sabah Lands & Surveys Department:
I Fly UltraCam

For about five years, Sabah's Lands & Surveys department has been thinking about getting a new camera. Finally, the department purchased the Osprey camera from Vexcel Imaging. The decisive factor was the ‘two in one camera’ feature: getting photogrammatic nadir and oblique images at the same time!

Ramani:
I Fly UltraCam

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 UltraCam.

UltraMap
UltraMap is the single, most-efficient aerial software workflow to process high quality UltraCam imagery. This video briefly demonstrates the functionality of the main modules of UltraMap v3.9.

UltraCam Mustang
The UltraCam Mustang is Vexcel Imaging’s vehicle-based mobile mapping system. With over 5 million kilometers on the road in over seven years, the UltraCam Mustang has proven itself as a state-of-the-art system for capturing geo-positioned panoramic imagery and 3D data of street-level scenery.

UltraCam Eagle
Lens System Exchange
The UltraCam Eagle ultra-large format camera system is the only photogrammetric digital aerial sensor that features an user-exchangeable lens system allowing customers to take full advantage of the entire camera footprint of 23,000 pixels across the flight strip at different altitudes. Our support engineer demonstrates how to change from the 210 mm to the 80 mm lens.

Vexcel Imaging
Vexcel Imaging taps into more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to offer its successful line of UltraCam systems together with the UltraMap workflow software solution.

Topocart:
I Fly UltraCam
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 UltraCam.

Peace Map:
I Fly UltraCam
Driven by customer demand for high-quality aerial images, Peace Map switched from film cameras to the UltraCam digital aerial cameras and purchased six cameras. The company now delivers superior images with up to 30 percent more efficiency and plans to purchase more UltraCam cameras in the future.

Société Topographie Informatique:
I Fly UltraCam
Société Topographie Informatique (STI) wanted to expand into the digital aerial survey market. The company chose the UltraCamXp photogrammetric digital aerial camera from Vexcel Imaging and since then benefits from faster image capture and processing, lower overall costs and expanded business opportunities.

Keystone:
I Fly UltraCam
Recognizing the demand for high-quality digital aerial images, Keystone Aerial Surveys switched from film cameras to UltraCam large format digital aerial cameras from Vexcel Imaging. In this feature video, Keystone staff explains how the UltraCam digital aerial sensors allow the company to take advantage of new business opportunities.

Papers


High Altitude - High Volume - High Quality:
The UltraCam Condor from Vexcel Imaging

2017 • Vexcel Imaging

News from UltraCam Sensors:
An update

2017 • Alexander Wiechert & Michael Gruber

UltraCam Eagle Prime
Aerial Sensor Calibration & Validation

2017 • Alexander Wiechert & Michael Gruber

New AT Interface
Visual Analytics

2015 • Bernhard Schachinger, Raffaello Tomasi, Markus Unger, Wolfgang Walcher & Michael Gruber

Managing large blocks of aerial images
Introduction

2015 • Bernhard Schachinger, Raffaello Tomasi, Markus Unger, Wolfgang Walcher & Michael Gruber

New DSM Interaction
3D DSM Editor

2015 • Bernhard Schachinger, Raffaello Tomasi, Markus Unger, Wolfgang Walcher & Michael Gruber

Oblique Image Collection
Challenges and Solutions

2013 • Michael Gruber & Wolfgang Walcher


The UltraCam Story

2013 • Franz Leberl, Michael Gruber, Martin Ponticelli & Alexander Wiechert
Gained a taste for our products?
We'll be happy to show you more!
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How about a little taste of our work?



A ping-pong ball has a diameter of 40 millimeters. That’s quite small. Still, the UltraCam captured it in full detail from 1,200 meters above ground.
It’s times like these that even we are surprised by how ingenious our cameras are.
See for yourself.
Image

Sample imagery


Videos


Sabah Lands & Surveys Department:
I Fly UltraCam

For about five years, Sabah's Lands & Surveys department has been thinking about getting a new camera. Finally, the department purchased the Osprey camera from Vexcel Imaging. The decisive factor was the ‘two in one camera’ feature: getting photogrammatic nadir and oblique images at the same time!

Ramani:
I Fly UltraCam

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 UltraCam.

UltraMap
UltraMap is the single, most-efficient aerial software workflow to process high quality UltraCam imagery. This video briefly demonstrates the functionality of the main modules of UltraMap v3.9.

UltraCam Mustang
The UltraCam Mustang is Vexcel Imaging’s vehicle-based mobile mapping system. With over 5 million kilometers on the road in over seven years, the UltraCam Mustang has proven itself as a state-of-the-art system for capturing geo-positioned panoramic imagery and 3D data of street-level scenery.

UltraCam Eagle
Lens System Exchange
The UltraCam Eagle ultra-large format camera system is the only photogrammetric digital aerial sensor that features an user-exchangeable lens system allowing customers to take full advantage of the entire camera footprint of 23,000 pixels across the flight strip at different altitudes. Our support engineer demonstrates how to change from the 210 mm to the 80 mm lens.

Vexcel Imaging
Vexcel Imaging taps into more than two decades of photogrammetry expertise to offer its successful line of UltraCam systems together with the UltraMap workflow software solution.

Topocart:
I Fly UltraCam
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 UltraCam.

Peace Map:
I Fly UltraCam
Driven by customer demand for high-quality aerial images, Peace Map switched from film cameras to the UltraCam digital aerial cameras and purchased six cameras. The company now delivers superior images with up to 30 percent more efficiency and plans to purchase more UltraCam cameras in the future.

Société Topographie Informatique:
I Fly UltraCam
Société Topographie Informatique (STI) wanted to expand into the digital aerial survey market. The company chose the UltraCamXp photogrammetric digital aerial camera from Vexcel Imaging and since then benefits from faster image capture and processing, lower overall costs and expanded business opportunities.

Keystone:
I Fly UltraCam
Recognizing the demand for high-quality digital aerial images, Keystone Aerial Surveys switched from film cameras to UltraCam large format digital aerial cameras from Vexcel Imaging. In this feature video, Keystone staff explains how the UltraCam digital aerial sensors allow the company to take advantage of new business opportunities.

Papers


High Altitude - High Volume - High Quality:
The UltraCam Condor from Vexcel Imaging

2017 • Vexcel Imaging

News from UltraCam Sensors:
An update

2017 • Alexander Wiechert & Michael Gruber

UltraCam Eagle Prime
Aerial Sensor Calibration & Validation

2017 • Alexander Wiechert & Michael Gruber

New AT Interface
Visual Analytics

2015 • Bernhard Schachinger, Raffaello Tomasi, Markus Unger, Wolfgang Walcher & Michael Gruber

Managing large blocks of aerial images
Introduction

2015 • Bernhard Schachinger, Raffaello Tomasi, Markus Unger, Wolfgang Walcher & Michael Gruber

New DSM Interaction
3D DSM Editor

2015 • Bernhard Schachinger, Raffaello Tomasi, Markus Unger, Wolfgang Walcher & Michael Gruber

Oblique Image Collection
Challenges and Solutions

2013 • Michael Gruber & Wolfgang Walcher


The UltraCam Story

2013 • Franz Leberl, Michael Gruber, Martin Ponticelli & Alexander Wiechert
Gained a taste for our products?
We'll be happy to show you more!
Get in touch