In order to diversify its revenue Uralgeoinform, decided to develop the aerial survey capabilities in a large territory of the Russian Federation. After an economic evaluation with leased equipment yielded positive results, the company acquired the Phase One 190MP Aerial Solution.
After hurricane deforestation in Puerto Rico, NASA scientists study forest regrowth using high-resolution, multi-sensor data. As a key component of NASA’s G-LiHT system, a 100 megapixel Phase One Industrial camera was used to produce RGB photographs for identification of fine-scale canopy features.
Air Data Solutions were appointed by Total Midstream Integration (TMI) to capture data of oil and gas midstream pipelines. Precise aerial imagery was used to determine Right of Way (ROW) mapping and wetland identification for pipeline installation and maintenance.
3D urban mapping is required by more cities at a rapid rate. Since February 2017 Aerowest GmbH of Dortmund, Germany has been using IGI’s UrbanMapper with eight Phase One Industrial 100 megapixel cameras acquiring aerial data for 3D city models in a fast, efficient and cost-effective way.
Building a customized, cost-effective, ultra-light aircraft for surveying, filming and tracking animals in wild and remote environments was a project recently profiled in a BBC documentary. Undertaken by Professor Alan Wilson, head of a research department at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, and his team to study cheetahs and their prey in the vast savannahs of southern Africa.
GGS GmbH from Germany, one of Phase One‘s integration partners, has an excellent reputation for innovation and integrating IMU/GNSS and flight management system (FMS) solutions. Dr. Gerhard Kemper, owner of GGS, recently trailed iXU-RS1900 metric cameras in several commercial projects to develop a system that could be used in multiple applications.