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Synspective Signs MOU with the National Remote Sensing Agency of Vietnam and Fujitsu Vietnam to Enhance Natural Disaster Preparedness, Natural Resource Management, and Economic and Social Development
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June 24th, 2011
Surveying With Up to 5 Sensors Simultaneously in One Flight

Airborne Technologies R&D team overcame a number of challenges to arrange for up to five state of the art, low weight and low power consuming sensors to look through one single fuselage opening in the aircraft. Additionally all sensors must fit together in terms of swath, resolution and flight height and are synchronized by the same geo-referencing system and pilot flight guidance system.

Airborne Technologies investments in developing new sensor solutions for surveying purposes support many mission profiles, including but not restricted to: agriculture/forestry/environmental monitoring, aquatic biology/water supply and geology/soil sciences/physics/mineralogy/archaeology.