July 7, 2008 - BEIJING, CHINA - Applanix introduced today a dual camera version of its Digital Sensor System (DSS) 439 RapidOrthomedium format airborne mapping system that produces 4-band ortho-imagery in a single pass. With all the features and benefits of the established DSS 439 RapidOrtho Solution, the DSS 439 RapidOrtho DualCam adds a second DSS camera with a monochromatic (Charge-Coupled Device) CCD array specifically configured to capture Near Infra Red (NIR) imagery.
The announcement was made
at the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) 2008
Conference in Beijing.
"The DSS 439
RapidOrtho DualCam showcases a directly georeferenced rapid orthorectification
process that enables users to design a workflow to match specific data delivery
needs," said Joe Hutton, Director of Airborne Products at Applanix.
"The system produces separate Color and NIR orthophoto products, which are
then combined into a single 4-band orthophoto product. As pioneers and leaders
in this marketplace, we are committed to delivering innovative solutions such
as the DualCam to meet the current and future needs of the airborne
The DSS 439 RapidOrtho
DualCam system is available as a stand-alone solution, or it can be integrated
with LIDAR. Applications for the system include: shoreline mapping, forestry
management, biomass mapping, and other airborne mapping applications.
Data delivery options
include: RapidOrtho, Precision RapidOrtho, and High Precision RapidOrtho
Applanix offers DSS
clients world-wide customer support and a yearly maintenance and warranty
program. The DSS 439 RapidOrtho DualCam system is available immediately through
the Applanix sales network.
For more information on the Applanix DSS 439 mapping solution, visit
Applanix Introduces RapidOrtho DualCam Airborne Mapping Solution for the Digital Sensor System
July 7, 2008