Early 2004 Aerodata Surveys was the first European company to own and operate a Vexcel UltraCam-D digital photogrammetric frame camera and during the 2005 season, over 70.000 exposures were collected.
In 2008 Aerodata bought the first 2 of the newly launched UltraCam-Xp digital camera systems. In March 2009 Aerodata added a third UltraCam-Xp.
These 196 megapixel camera systems are added to Aerodata's camera stable that also includes an UltraCam-D for ultra-high resolution imagery and a Rollei AIC x2 for special ATC restriction areas.
Market needs for high quality and current aerial photography have increased spectacularly over the last years. Making use of the most recent technology developments in acquisition, GIS, mapping and IT, Aerodata International Surveys has made it its business to address these needs.
The company combines its unique experience in aerial photography and fleet operations, with innovation, flexibility, accessibility and openness, to offer its customers cost-effective, high quality, high value aerial photography products and derivatives.
While relatively young as a company, Aerodata International Surveys is a veteran in digital aerial surveying with over 500.000 captured and processed UltraCam frames under its belt.
This experience in combination with a drive to innovate and a hands-on mentality has ensured and will ensure that Aerodata is a company of "getting the job done". Ask anyone!
Aerodata compensates for CO2 emissions during its survey missions via its membership of the Climate Neutral Group(CNG) in order to take up responsibility towards the environment related to our flying activities.
The CNG calculates the CO2 emissions of the Aerodata fleet and organises compensations in various sustainable forestry projects around the world. In this way Aerodata contributes to climate neutral flying and driving.