In May 2017 AeroScientific partnered with Hasselblad to launch a fantastic new aerial mapping system, consisting of the Hasselblad A6D-100c camera, and the Aviatrix Flight Management System. Now, AeroScientific appears in a recent newsletter as the primary story. Hasselblad’s article starts with describing the very start of AeroScientific, and its progression to where we areRead more about AeroScientific features in Hasselblad newsletter[…]
In May 2017 a missing person’s alert was issued for David O’Sullivan. David, from Ireland, had been hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, which stretches from the Mexican border in America up to Canada. David had begun his hike on the 22nd of March, made contact with his family on the 7th of April via email,Read more about Aerial Search for David O’Sullivan[…]
The latest AeroScientific newsletter is out now. Take a look here
The new AeroScientific Newsletter is out now. Take a look here.
The latest AeroScientific newsletter came out in June 2017. To read it, please click here.
AeroScientific has joined forces with camera manufacturer Hasselblad to create a new and exciting turnkey airborne imaging system. The system is built around the recently-announced Hasselblad A6D 100 megapixel medium format aerial camera. Download the press release here, or visit our Hasselblad page here.
The AeroScientific May newsletter has been sent out, read it here.
The AeroScientific April newsletter has been published, take a look here.
The latest AeroScientific newsletter was sent out in February 2017. To read it, please click here.
On the 6th January 2017, Digital Photography Review, one of the internet’s leading photography websites, featured an article on vertical aerial photography using Phase One cameras. One of our technology partners in California, SkyIMD Inc., used our award-winning flight planning software, FlightPlanner, to plan the aerial photography mission. You can read the article here. Nice to seeRead more about FlightPlanner featured on DPReview[…]