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August 21st, 2013
VisionMap Releases ‘Flight Viewer’ Software

Flight Viewer instantly creates a mosaic of all acquired data, and selected frames can be viewed in full resolution just minutes after the capture.

With Flight Viewer, the A3 camera operator can view collected imagery immediately after flight, to ensure that any issues in the data are discovered while the aircraft and aviation team are still in the capture area. Areas that require re-flight are immediately identified through analysis of overlaps, clouds, haze and more. The software runs on most laptops, eliminating the need for any processing hardware.

The software enables simple collaboration, as a small preview file of the flight can be exported for share with the project team. Vector files of the flight planning, and results of the flight analysis can be exported as well.

Flight Viewer hosts a multitude of customizable features such as: simultaneous viewing of multiple flights, filtering the angle of the mosaic display according to project needs (oblique or orthophoto), toggling between flight lines to check side overlap, and more.

More information about VisionMap’s Flight Viewer software can be found at www.visionmap.com.