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About GSI

Geodetic Systems, Inc.

GSI is the world's leading firm in Industrial Photogrammetry. We have been providing a wide variety of photogrammetric measurement services for over thirty years, and have been producing state-of-the-art turnkey photogrammetric measuring systems for industrial clients for over two decades. With over 500 of our V-STARS digital imaging based photogrammetric systems installed worldwide, GSI is far and away the dominant international producer of automated photogrammetric systems for non-contact, high accuracy 3D coordinate measurements in industries ranging from aircraft, aerospace and automobile manufacturing, through to shipbuilding, and to the antenna, nuclear and wind power industries.

V-STARS uses custom high-resolution digital cameras coupled  with automated data processing to generate highly accurate dimensional measurement data very rapidly, with results being available to the user on site either in real-time or within a matter of minutes depending upon the mode of operation. The combination of fast turnaround and ultra-portability makes
V-STARS
an attractive system for a wide range of applications. These include tasks such as tool and parts inspection, parts fitting, reverse engineering, surface conformance determination and analysis. We are proud to support many of the world’s leading industrial companies.

GSI's experience in close-range industrial photogrammetry is unmatched. We have performed many hundreds of photogrammetric measurement projects and have provided extensive measurement services across all large-scale manufacturing sectors. This experience allows us to remain at the cutting edge of automated 3D measurement technology.

GSI also maintains a division that specialises in forensic photogrammetry and heritage recording. The Photometrix Division produces the world renowned iWitness and Australis software systems, which are designed for moderate accuracy photogrammetric applications using off-the-shelf digital cameras. iWitness is extensively used for traffic accident reconstruction and for 3D measurements in fields as varied as architecture, archaeology and forensics.