Using a Single Versus Multiple Cameras In Aerial Imaging

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Author: Teledyne Lumenera
Friday, July 12, 2019
Teledyne Lumenera

This paper covers the use cases of using multiple cameras for aerial imaging and address the advantages of such set ups over single camera systems. Topics include: Creating mosaics to image wider areas, software stitching and why pixel width and overlap are important, triggering solutions for synchronizing cameras, challenges with these options for aerial imaging, types of aircraft applicable to these solutions, and pricing benefits.

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