An Unmanned Aerial System for Mapping and 3D Modelling is available as one of two platforms; aircraft and copter. Both of which have advantages and disadvantages. An Aircraft will have a longer flight time and larger coverage area, but it requires more space to take-off and land. This makes Aircrafts ideal for larger scale Mapping and 3D Modelling projects. Aircraft will conventionally be able to carry a larger payload than Copters. A Copter is able to lift off and land horizontally and is often used for small-scale Mapping of 3D Modelling projects.
RIEGL LMS GmbH
RiCOPTER, RIEGL’s ready to fly remotely piloted airborne laser scanning system is a high-performance UAV which can be equipped with the RIEGL VUX-1UAV survey-g
Unmanned Systems Group
S100 complex is designed for surveillance of underlying surface (including complicated land relief and water’s surface) in a wide-range of weather conditions, search
MasterFly is an universal unmanned aerial vehicle that will perform both very demanding photogrammetric missions and reconnaissance missions. It was developed from E
Fixed-wing drone built for aerial mapping and terrain modeling of larger areas, including mine sites, stockpiles, and undertaking topographic survey.
The new NEXUS 800 powered by HYPACK is a full end-to-end solution that represents a new paradigm in UAV data collection by seamlessly harmonizing LiDAR data with pho
The Scout B-330 UAV helicopter is designed to carry payloads up to 50kg (110lbs) for at least three hours in a typical mission scenario. This includes a fully autono
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