Phase One A/s
- Air Vehicles and Systems
- Electro-Optic Systems
- Homeland/Internal Security Equipment
- Unmanned systems
Phase One Industrial is a market leader in research, development and manufacturing of integrated medium format camera systems designed from the ground up exclusively for aerial photography. Developed with leading experts in the field, Phase One aerial cameras offer exceptional accuracy, image quality and coverage. Our camera systems are used daily by many governments and private entities around the world for mapping, surveillance, inspection and forensics.
Phase One is based in Copenhagen with offices in New York, London, Cologne, Tokyo and Hong Kong.
Phase One IndustrialFully Integrated Aerial Photography Solutions. Developed with leading experts and engineers in the field, Phase One aerial cameras offer exceptional accuracy, image quality and coverage that rival largeformat cameras at a fraction of the price.
Phase One IndustrialThe iXU-RS1900 dual lens camera presents an excellent alternative to traditional large format cameras in diverse aerial mapping applications; from remote sensing, through precision agriculture, to disaster management and monitoring. The Phase One iXU-RS1900 is built with dual 90mm lenses for capturing RGB information. It is equipped with highly sensitive CMOS sensors enabling very short exposure time of up to 1/2000 sec. Each sensor provides an image with 8,708 pixel across flight and 11,608 pixel along flight, and the two stitched images form a large frame with 16,470 pixels across the flight line and 11,540 pixels along the flight line, providing a 190MP image
Phase One Industrial has launched a
major innovation in aerial imaging: the
190MP Aerial System. It is built on the
new, dual-CMOS sensor, dual-lens
iXU-RS1900 camera, which is capable
of capturing images at 190
megapixels. This system was designed
with input from engineers and leading
experts in the photogrammetric field
to address a wide variety of
challenging aerial applications, such as remote sensing, monitoring, inspection and disaster management. The new system
features large image coverage, a light weight and low power consumption, presenting an attractive alternative to other
traditionally expensive large-format cameras.