Applanix and Phase One Industrial – 2019 Workshop on Airborne Mapping and Surveying

Applanix and Phase One Industrial are pleased to invite you to the upcoming 2019 Workshop on Airborne Mapping and Surveying, a two day educational and networking event.


The workshop will be held on November 13 & 14, 2019 at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, just under 30 minutes away from the Denver International Airport.

Attendees will learn more about:

  • Direct Georeferencing (DG) and how it improves the efficiency and accuracy of mapping from manned and unmanned platforms
  • Applanix’ Industry-leading GNSS-Inertial solutions and technology
  • The revolutionary POSPac Post-Processed CenterPoint® RTX™ solution, for high-accuracy airborne mapping without base stations
  • Medium-format aerial imagery, combined with GNSS solutions offer precise positioning data and allow completion of geospatial projects in a more efficient and cost-effective manner
  • Phase One Industrial cameras and their integration into systems for complete mapping, monitoring, and data collection projects

The agenda includes sessions on: 

  • What DG for airborne mapping is and how it saves money
  • A deeper dive into GNSS-aided inertial technology for DG 
  • POSPac and post-processed Trimble CenterPoint® RTX™: tipping the airborne mapping scale
  • DG on UAVs for LiDAR, hyperspectral and photogrammetry: critical for efficient automated mapping
  • Live case studies from end users: high-accuracy UAV mapping/inspection, agricultural mapping services, RGB & 4-band triangulation imagery, large-format imagery mapping
  • Insight into latest version of Phase One Industrial software: iX Flight and iX Capture and their benefits to the user

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