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AeroScientific Wins PAPA International Innovation Award

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Sunday, March 16th 2014
AeroScientific | Adelaide, South Australia


AeroScientific Wins PAPA International Innovation Award

AeroScientific, a leading provider of software and hardware for aerial photographers, has won the 2014 Innovation Award at the PAPA International Conference held in Las Vegas. The award recognises AeroScientific’s pioneering work in developing high-end, cost-effective software and hardware for aerial photographers and aerial surveyors throughout the world.

"Since AeroScientific was launched last year, the company has made a significant contribution to the aerial survey industry," said CEO Dr Paul Dare. "We design software and hardware systems that are simple to use and cost-effective. We’ve brought the best technology into the cockpit to make life easier for pilots, photographers and surveyors throughout the world."

"AeroScientific is also working with UAV manufacturers to develop lightweight camera control systems. Our technology is changing the face of the industry: it’s simple, it’s cost-effective and it works."

PAPA International – the Professional Aerial Photographers Association – is a professional trade organization with members throughout the world. Its annual Innovation Award recognises new products and services that benefit the art and business of aerial photography. AeroScientific won the PAPA International Innovation Award for Aviatrix, its flagship aerial camera control system; FlightPlanner, its flight planning software; and AeroMosaic, its cloud-based image stitching software.

AeroScientific products have a solid foundation. Company CEO, Dr Paul Dare, has more than twenty years' experience in remote sensing, aerial surveying and photography as a survey pilot, photographer and academic researcher. AeroScientific's Head of Software Development, Dr Simon Cronk, has more than fifteen years' experience in image processing and software development.

"We are delighted to win this award, which recognises innovation in the aerial survey and photography industry throughout the world," said Dr Cronk. "Our mission is to make the most advanced technology affordable and accessible for the benefit of aerial surveyors and photographers across the globe."

AeroScientific is experiencing rapid expansion with customers and resellers in North and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific Region.

For further information and/or media interviews contact: Sharon Mascall, Communications Director, AeroScientific at info@aeroscientific.com.au or mob: +61 414 439 347.

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