UltraCam Osprey 4.1

Since 2021 we have been conducting aerial photography with the UltraCam Osprey 4.1. The camera system creates four oblique aerial images and one nadir at the same time.

The RGBI nadir camera convinces with 20,544 x 14,016 - 288 megapixels with a pixel size of 3.76μm. The short release time of 0.7 seconds enables us to carry out high-resolution flights with a high forward overlap. The four RBG oblique cameras have an image size of 14,144 x 10,560 – 150 megapixels. The focal lengths are 80mm in the nadir and 120mm in the oblique range.

UltraCam Eagle Mark 2 f100

We have two EagleMark 2 Cameras with a focal length of 100mm. This allows nadir imaging flights from 2cm - 30cm ground resolution.

In combination with our fastBeech B200 Super King Air, large areas can be captured quickly and efficiently.

The RGBI nadir camera has an image size of 23,010 x 14,790 pixels - 340 megapixels with a pixel size of 4.6μm


The measuring system currently comprises three imaging sensors - two thermal cameras and one RGB camera. The two thermal cameras operate in the spectral range from 7.5 µm to 14.0 µm (long-wave infrared, LWIR). The combination of two LWIR sensors results in an effective total strip width of 2000 pixels across the direction of flight, which means that the flights can be carried out very efficiently. The RGB camera has an image size of 150 megapixels and primarily supports the interpretation of LWIR data recorded during the day.

Specim AisaFENIX

For the acquisition of hyperspectral images by aircraft we use the AisaFENIX Sensor from SPECIM. This sensor simultaneously detects in the VNIR and SWIR spectral range (380 nm - 2500 nm) and captures up to 622 spectral bands.

Specim AFX10

SPECIM AFX10 is a hyperspectral sensor in the VNIR range (400 to 1000 nm). Weighing just 2.1 kg, it can be flown in UAVs, helicopters and light aircraft.

Integrated RGB/NIR/Laser system

For aerial surveys of corridors or small to medium-sized areas (up to several hundred km²), we operate a specialized measuring system in a light aircraft. The sensors include two PhaseOne cameras (RGB and near infrared, NIR) for the production of four-channel aerial images with 150 megapixels as well as a Riegl VUX240 laser scanner with a pulse rate of up to 1.8 MHz. Thanks to the system's very powerful gyro-based stabilization, even curved flight paths (e.g. along rivers, roads or railroad lines) can be recorded. The economical flight and synchronous data acquisition enable the efficient production of high-quality remote sensing data.