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Watch the video, this is a little bit like magic if like me you have been fiddling around stitching images for years.

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

Watch the video, this is a little bit like magic if like me you have been fiddling around stitching images for years...... Expect post production tools to catch up with airframe sophistication over the next couple of years. I can see $1000 airframes and $1000 software suites doing the work of today's $70000 systems.


Fields of View, an aerial imaging technology company specializing in agriculture, recently released their GeoSnap product line that integrates tightly with Tetracam multispectral cameras.

GeoSnap products allow users to generate the succinct image-correlated position/attitude data that is required to perform direct georeferencing.

Multispectral data seekers and payload integrators now have a turn-key position/attitude data solution that simplifies the process of converting captured images into useable maps of crop health. 
http://www.suasnews.com/2013/03/21891/new-geosnap-products-from-field-of-view-streamline-multispectral-mapping/

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  1. Gary, that's a nifty bit of kit. For several months, my students have been banging their heads against the problem of finding and attaching proper GPS coordinates to images. This product is out of our budget, but it certainly isn't for a small commercial UAS operator. And doubtless this will drop in price, like all other electronics. Great find.

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