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Last updated: 12/7/2016
HAS Images, Inc.
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Firm Information
HAS Images, Inc.
136 North Saint Clair St.
Ste. 300
Dayton
Ohio
45402  United States
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937 222.3856 (Phone)
937 222.2443 (Fax)
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  Ken Stiller
  kstiller@hasimages.com
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  HAS Images, Inc. is an aerial photo processing laboratory dedicated to providing services to aerial survey companies, engineering and mapping firms, environmental consulting firms, government agencies, and other organizations that use aerial and space imagery in their research and design projects. We are the only aerial photo lab with seven Kodak RT aerial film processors, configured to process the new generation of black and white and color aerial films. In addition to the finest film processing equipment, HAS Images maintains a calibrated Kodak Type 1b sensitometer to provide accurate sensitometric data for all film emulsions. The instrument is particularly useful for measuring the color balance of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film. Our reproduction capabilities include the specialized equipment to make the complete range of conventional products from aerial films. Our digital services include image scanning with geometric precision using LH Systems DSW 700 and Vexcel VX 4000 image scanners, rectification, mosaicing, and color hard-copy output to 48" x 96" using the Cymbolic Sciences Light Jet 5000 RS large format digital printer. Having the most advanced laboratory equipment available is important, but it''s HAS people who make the difference. They bring professional expertise to evaluating photographic processing systems, equipment calibration and maintenance, photographic reproduction techniques quality control procedures and effluent management. They understand the technical vocabulary, product applications, and quality assurance demands of the photogrammetric and remote sensing industries.