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UltraCam Condor 4.1 sample data

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11 November 2021
UltraCam Condor 4.1 sample data

UCC 4.1 sample data

GLEISDORF, AUSTRIA

The UltraCam Condor 4.1 is the all-in-one aerial camera solution for high-altitude and wide-area mapping, without compromising data quality. The camera consists of a very wide, high-resolution RGB array with an impressive across-track footprint of 48,462 pixels for utmost resolution and flying efficiency. The system also features a lower resolution rectangular NIR for classification projects and a lower resolution rectangular PAN for producing highly accurate DSMs and DTMs through dense matching.

We now have UltraCam Condor 4.1 sample data available. The data has been processed with the latest UltraMap version (5.3.2) and is ready for download from our FTP server.

If you are interested in our sample data, please contact our sales team.

UltraCam Condor 4.1 sample data

UCC 4.1 sample data

GLEISDORF, AUSTRIA

The UltraCam Condor 4.1 is the all-in-one aerial camera solution for high-altitude and wide-area mapping, without compromising data quality. The camera consists of a very wide, high-resolution RGB array with an impressive across-track footprint of 48,462 pixels for utmost resolution and flying efficiency. The system also features a lower resolution rectangular NIR for classification projects and a lower resolution rectangular PAN for producing highly accurate DSMs and DTMs through dense matching.

We now have UltraCam Condor 4.1 sample data available. The data has been processed with the latest UltraMap version (5.3.2) and is ready for download from our FTP server.

If you are interested in our sample data, please contact our sales team.

What to expect?


 

On our FTP server, we provide raw data for our different camera models. This data can be processed in UltraMap and the exported results (such as AT, DSM, Ortho, 3D) are available in standard file formats for use in third-party software.

Basic information about the individual data is added in text files and includes camera model, recording date, ground sampling distance, geographic region and number of images. The sample data was collected over Gleisdorf, Austria. Further sample data will be added in future. 

High-resolution images.
Explore the difference between CIR and RGB imagery by moving the arrow to the left and right.

PAN image sample data

PAN image.
The large footprint allows high image overlap (typically 80% or more in flight direction) to support robust processing throughout the workflow.

DSM sample data

Digital Surface Model.
The Digital Surface Model (DSM) is generated with dense image matching out of the PAN imagery, taking advantage of the high image overlap.

DTM sample data

Digital Terrain Model.
The Digital Terrain Model (DTM) is derived fully automatically from the DSM, based on a segmentation in ground and non-ground regions. UltraMap provides tools for quality checking and manually editing the DSM and DTM, if required.

What to expect?


On our FTP server, we provide raw data for our different camera models. This data can be processed in UltraMap and the exported results (such as AT, DSM, Ortho, 3D) are available in standard file formats for use in third-party software.

Basic information about the individual data is added in text files and includes camera model, recording date, ground sampling distance, geographic region and number of images. The sample data was collected over Gleisdorf, Austria. Further sample data will be added in future. 

High-resolution images.
Explore the difference between CIR and RGB imagery by moving the arrow to the left and right.

PAN image sample data

PAN image.
The large footprint allows high image overlap (typically 80% or more in flight direction) to support robust processing throughout the workflow.

DSM sample data

Digital Surface Model.
The Digital Surface Model (DSM) is generated with dense image matching out of the PAN imagery, taking advantage of the high image overlap.

DTM sample data

Digital Terrain Model.
The Digital Terrain Model (DTM) is derived fully automatically from the DSM, based on a segmentation in ground and non-ground regions. UltraMap provides tools for quality checking and manually editing the DSM and DTM, if required.

 

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