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May 30th, 2017
OGSystems Releases Next Generation PeARLTM Product Line

CHANTILLY, Va.- OGSystems (OGS), a leader in technology innovation for the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC), today announced the latest updates to the PeARL 3D aerial imaging system and PeARL Flash, their sensor agnostic, 2D/3D enterprise level image processing system.

“There is a persistent need for access to geospatially accurate 3D processing of Full Motion Video (FMV), Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI), Satellite and Airborne Imagery data from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), Manned Airborne platforms and Space Based platforms,” said Hector Cuevas, Associate Partner leading OGSystems’ Portland, Oregon operations. “The PeARL product line enables the fusion of multi sensor content into a single, dynamic 3D processing pipeline that continuously delivers the most accurate and high fidelity product into the hands of military, intelligence, civil and humanitarian mission planning teams.”

OGSystems’ PeARL Flash generates user defined, on demand 3D derivative products such as Digital Terrain Models, Digital Surface Models and true color encoded point clouds directly from 2D imagery and allows customers to rapidly process aerial imagery and then view results over a secure internet connection. Companies specializing in aerial image acquisition can upload their data after landing and view seamless, orthorectified maps within hours.

The next generation PeARL 6 sensor provides 4cm ground sample distance (GSD) at a 10,000 ft above ground level (AGL) with nearly a 2,000-yard configurable swath width, resulting in drastic resolution, color and blooming suppression improvement from the previous generation PeARL 5 sensor, and features significantly decreased size, weight and power (SWaP) requirements.

OGSystems will showcase PeARL and PeARL Flash during the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s (USGIF) 2017 GEOINT Symposium taking place June 4-7 in San Antonio, TX. Visit Booth 525 for a live demo.

About OGSystems

OGSystems’ (OGS) mission is to provide technically advanced geospatial and security solutions to customers through constant innovation, effecting positive change in every engagement. In an industry accustomed to long and inefficient procurement cycles, OGS thinks differently – we are an alternative for DoD and IC clients seeking nimble companies to solve their most difficult problems. Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, with regional offices in St. Louis, Missouri, San Diego, California, and Portland, Oregon, OGS employs over 300 geospatial engineers, software developers, data scientists and mission subject matter experts. For more information, visit http://www.ogsystems.com.