"These patents, in addition to the patent filed last month, protect Visual Intelligence's four key technology advances in the remote sensing industry. With these key technologies we are setting new standards in the areas of data collection, the mosaicking of digital ortho-images, continuous real-time calibration of remote sensors as well as setting new standards in the area of speed and accuracy in processing the collected data. While these patents revolutionize the industry, we anticipated filing additional patents that will continue to push the industry to provide more accurate and timely data to its clients," stated Robert Bitterli, CEO of Visual intelligence.
Seven years in development, Visual has employed these technologies with startling success both nationally and internationally. The company is currently using these "patent applied for" techniques gathering data on an EPA sponsored environmental project in Montana.
Visual Intelligence Systems digitally captures images, hyperspectral, LIDAR (topographical) and global positioning data, aerially. Gathered data is digitally archived and rapidly available to pipeline companies, infrastructure developers, rail & highway engineering companies, insurance companies, municipal, state, and national government agencies for inspection, development planning, delta analysis and homeland security.
TCRI is focused on the acquisition and development of companies that provide various services to the oil and gas and petrochemical production and distribution markets.
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