TAG: Pictometry

Pictometry highlights new developments at FedGIS 2016

March 29, 2016By

Ira Marcus of Pictometry describes the company’s new developments. He was interviewed by GeoIntelligence Insider columnist Art Kalinski at the Esri Federal GIS Conference, held Feb. 24-25 in Washington, D.C. read more

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Pictometry to Capture Digital Terrain Data of Los Angeles County

June 3, 2015By

Pictometry International Corp. has secured an order from the Los Angeles Region – Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC) to provide digital terrain datasets through LiDAR capture of the 4,000+ square mile area that makes up Los Angeles County. Pictometry is a subsidiary of EagleView Technology, a provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions. The LiDAR project will allow consortium members access to... read more

Icaros to Unveil Versatile Nadir/Oblique Aerial Mapping System at InterGeo

October 3, 2014By

Icaros, Inc., a provider of aerial remote sensing and 3D visualization solutions, will unveil the IDM 1000 digital oblique mapping system next week at the 2014 InterGeo Conference in Germany. The versatile Icaros Digital Mapper (IDM) 1000 combines a high-accuracy photogrammetric nadir camera with four high-quality oblique sensors in a modular airborne imaging package. “Icaros developed the IDM 1000 for... read more

Alta Systems Balloon: Oblique Imagery Capture with a Light Footprint

June 5, 2014By
Alta balloon.

Three weeks ago, GPS World / Geospatial Solutions held a webinar highlighting new technologies for imagery and data capture. The webinar had four presenters: Paul Smith of CycloMedia, Ted Ralston with Soft Power Solutions, Peter VanAmburgh from IIF Data, and John Ciampa CEO of Alta. You can view a YouTube video of the session. Because webinar time is limited, we... read more

Oblique Imagery: The New Kids on the Block

July 2, 2013By
A zoom-in on the London Eye with 360 Cities.

Last month I covered current vendors of ortho imagery with some pros and cons regarding the different sources. There wasn’t room to also include oblique imagery, so I’m covering that topic this month. I’ve been a very strong proponent of oblique imagery for many years based on my experience as the GIS manager for the Atlanta Regional Commission, where I... read more