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-grade L
Fixed-wing drone built for aerial mapping and terrain modeling of larger areas, including mine sites, stockpiles, and undertaking topographic survey.
Mapping without limits! Marlyn is the latest mapping and surveying drone made by Atmos UAV, that combines helicopter flexibility with fixed-wing performance. Taki
Topcon Europe Positioning
No need for ground control point establishment or positioning can save up to 50% project time … Sirius PROs onboard GNSS RTK provides accurate real time positioning,
The senseFly albris is an intelligent mapping & inspection drone for professionals, offering TripleView imaging, advanced situational awareness and a choice of fligh
The industry leading BRAMOR ppX - gEO UAS is suited for surveying and remote sensing applications in areas where replacement of the standard surveying methods is n
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