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Get A Look At The New SkyEye13 Tech
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KTRK abc13 posted a behind the scenes look at its new SkyEye13 configured Bell 505. The station says its chopper has the technology no other station in Houston has.

In the above video, abc13 KTRK reporter Katherine Marchand rides in the helicopter to show off the feature and interview helicopter reporters Tammy Rose.

SkyEye13 has a new feature called Skymapping. It must use GPS to identify which streets the helicopter is flying above and overlays the information on top of the video so the viewer knows exactly which roads they are looking at.




Comments:
WOW this is awesome!
Posted by Big Al at 5/21/2019 12:49:07 PM

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