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December 2nd, 2019
EUROSENSE expands its mapping capabilities

EUROSENSE, one of the major suppliers of geospatial data solutions in Europe, is significantly expanding its international mapping capabilities!

Investing in 2019 in the brand new cutting-edge Riegl VQ-1560 II 4MHz LiDAR scanning system with the PhaseOne iXM-RS150F camera and also in the high-end Vexcel UltraCam Eagle Mark 3 large format aerial camera, EUROSENSE made important steps towards increasing its production capacity to serve its clients with the highest quality geodata.

Furthermore, EUROSENSE built a new and appropriate IT capacity, and enhanced its streamlined production workflows to seamlessly process the increased amount of data acquired with the new sensors.

With the installation of the new sensors on its efficient airplanes, EUROSENSE is in a unique position to offer very high resolution images and extremely dense LiDAR point cloud data over large areas in a short period of time.