Visual Intelligence Wins Innovation Award in Sensor Category

iOne Sensor Software Tool Kit Architecture Receives Award at Geospatial World Forum

Visual Intelligence earned the Geospatial World Technology Innovation Award for its iOne STKA (iOne Sensor Tool Kit Architecture). The award, in the sensors category, was announced at the Geospatial World Forum in Rotterdam.

The iOne STKA represents the next generation of geoimaging for oblique, 3D and engineering base mapping. The tool kit architecture provides the foundation to readily and economically develop high-performing, reconfigurable in the field 2D-3D geoimaging sensors for aerial, terrestrial and mobile applications — all while using a single software/hardware foundation. This translates into lower up-front and operational costs, increased collection capacity in less time, new levels of engineering accuracy and simplified upgrades for customers.

Visual Intelligence’s president and CEO Dr. Armando Guevara accepted the award at the conference:

“The innovation award is a great honor; a validation to our customers and a reaffirmation of our emerging leading position in the industry,” said Guevara. “Companies that rely on 2D and 3D remote sensing and metric mapping equipment are facing rapidly changing requirements — from airborne, to terrestrial to mobile. The iOne STKA foundation meets those needs — replacing the monolithic single-purpose sensors that are both costly and operationally inflexible. Mapping and remote sensing companies of all sizes can now select a ‘buy-what-you-need and add-as-you-grow’ approach, have access to industry firsts reconfigurable in the field sensors, from engineering grade large area stereo with .6 b/h ratio, to metric high resolution oblique/3D and vice versa — all while improving performance at the same time.”

Moving forward, Visual Intelligence’s ongoing developments will enable iOne STKA sensor deployments on UAV/UAS and miniaturized mobile devices.


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