Burbank, CA, August 24, 2012 - Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. announced that it permanently based a large format digital sensor, the Microsoft UltraCamX, at its Los Angeles, CA office. This is an exciting development for GIS and mapping companies in need of highly accurate imagery in the Southwestern United States Region. The UltraCam line of cameras is known for combining spatial accuracy, image clarity and large coverage areas, making it ideal for large area collections as well as high quality mapping.
The addition of the UltraCamX to Keystone’s already established film camera offering will give local government agencies, engineering, mapping and GIS firms in the region a more diversified sensor choice to use when planning future projects.
Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA and with offices in Arizona, California and Texas, Keystone Aerial Surveys, Inc. has been in the business of offering aerial sensing services since 1963. Specializing in aerial imaging with 9 RC-30 film cameras, 4 UltraCam digital sensors and a large fleet of aircraft, Keystone also operates an Optech Gemini LiDAR sensor and provides platform services for multiple sensor types to many organizations. Learn more at www.kasurveys.com .
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