Lead'Air Announces Availability of 9 Camera Dataset

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February 15, 2016- Following the interest raised by the new Lead'Air OCTOBLIQUE MIDAS nine camera system oblique, Lead'Air, Inc. is now making a free dataset available for companies interested in evaluating the advantages of 8 oblique verses 4 oblique camera systems. The dataset includes 2 inch and 3 inch georeferenced imagery of downtown Orlando, FL, USA captured with our new OCTOBLIQUE MIDAS.

The OCTOBLIQUE MIDAS is an unprecedented advancement that will rapidly set new standards in the oblique aerial photo industry, capturing twice as many oblique images in the same time as the traditional standard 5 camera systems. The OCTOBLIQUE MIDAS is the next generation of imaging systems utilizing one vertical and oblique 8 oblique cameras spaced at 45° around a complete 360 ° view. The addition of 4 more cameras makes it possible for imagery to fully cover all areas from every angle leaving virtually no angular blind spots uncovered.

With new advanced planning software created specifically for the MIDAS and the OCTOBLIQUE MIDAS capabilities to create and preview all views separately or simultaneously assures the planner that the entire project is properly covered by the system. In addition, post flight image management software automatically provides a comprehensive list of only the images required to properly cover the project area minimizing the processing time of the...

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