Vexcel Imaging and IGI announced the new interfacing of Vexcel’s Adaptive Motion Compensation (AMC) in combination with IGI’s industry-leading AEROcontrol GNSS/IMU systems.
Both companies worked together to enable the AMC advantage for customers who operate the UltraCam cameras together with IGI’s AEROcontrol and CCNS-5.
IGI AEROcontrol is a GNSS/IMU navigation system for the precise determination of the position and altitude of an airborne sensor and/or multiple sensors constellation. This can be the position of the projection center and the angles omega, phi, kappa of an aerial camera and/or any other airborne sensors. Military-grade technology consisting of an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), based on fiber-optic gyros (FOG - IMU-IIf) or micro-electro-mechanical gyros (MEMS - IMU-m), and the IGI Sensor Management Unit (SMU) with the integrated high-end GNSS receiver.
Vexcel’s AMC is an innovative motion compensation approach that in addition to correcting image blur in the direction of flight (the so-called Forward Motion Compensation or FMC) also addresses blur caused by multi-directional camera movements during the flight. Additionally, AMC compensates for ground sampling distance variations in oblique imagery with fantastic results - through AMC, the 4th generation UltraCam produces imagery of unprecedented vividness and sharpness.
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