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How accurate is Oblique Imagery captured during an Aerial Imagery Survey?

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The oblique camera system is a calibrated metric digital camera.

  • Geosense use the MIDAS 5 cameras system, coupled with the Applanix Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), to capture oblique imagery during an aerial imagery survey
  • The system is much like the large format Vexcel Ultracam digital cameras that we use for vertical imagery surveys, and captures oblique imagery with a very high precision geometric fidelity
  • When applying ground control, we strive to achieve 2 pixel accuracy in the x,y,z RMSE across all 5 cameras

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