GEOSYS acquires two UltraCam Eagle 4.1 systems

Vexcel Imaging announces the acquisition of two UltraCam Eagle 4.1 aerial sensor systems by GEOSYS Technology Solutions, Ltd. headquartered in Vancouver, in Canada. This acquisition underscores GEOSYS’ commitment to advancing their aerial imaging capabilities and solidifies their position as a premier provider of geospatial solutions in Canada.

 


GEOSYS will deploy the UltraCam Eagle 4.1 systems through its subsidiary companies, The Airborne Sensing Corporation based out of Toronto, Ontario; and Geodesy Group Inc. based out of Calgary, Alberta. With this purchase, GEOSYS becomes the sole operator of UltraCam Eagle 4.1 systems in Canada, further enhancing the company’s ability to deliver cutting-edge aerial imaging services to their clients across various industries.

“We are excited to partner with GEOSYS and to support their mission of delivering exceptional aerial imaging solutions,” said Alexander Wiechert, CEO of Vexcel Imaging. “The acquisition of not just one but two UltraCam Eagle 4.1 systems greatly underscores GEOSYS Team’ commitment to excellence and innovation in the geospatial industry.”

GEOSYS data clients will also benefit from Vexcel’s proprietary True Pixel Processing (TPP) software approach for preserving all pixel information from initial exposure to final data products, reducing noise in bright and shaded areas while retaining fine details for maximum information retention.

“Vexcel technology has been integral to our success since 2005, marked by the introduction of the first UltraCam digital camera into our production. In our persistent pursuit of excellence, we strategically opted to once again leverage Vexcel technology for our camera system upgrade. This decision aligns with our commitment to providing clients with the best geospatial solutions available in the market today,” stated Babak Ameri, CEO, and President of GEOSYS companies.

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