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Schiebel CAMCOPTER® S-100 Riegl Hydrographic Airborne Scanner Schiebel and Riegl Laser Measurement Systems GmbH are proud to announce the successful integration of the SCHIEBEL CAMCOPTER® S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS) together with the Riegl VQ®-820-GU Hydrographic Airborne Sensor. This successful integration marked the first time that this new airborne sensor was flown on board of a UAV. The SCHIEBEL CAMCOPTER® S-100 helicopter UAS carried a special Schiebel-made composite pod containing the sensor, the IMU-GNSS unit, the data recording and transfer unit as well as a digital camera, during the flight tests in Grossmittel, Austria, which were carried out this month. This fully integrated system thus enables acquisition of high-accuracy hydrographic and topographic data, even in critic...
Cavalon Aerial Survey - a turn-key solution for Photogrammetry, Airborne Laser Scanning (ALS) and 3D City Modelling. This video is showing the ALS variant with: CCNS-5 - Flight Guidance & Sensor Management AEROcontrol - Precise Positioning System LiteMapper 5600 - Airborne Laser Scanning System DigiCAM - Aerial Camera with 60 Megapixels Learn more at www.igi-systems.com
What type of scanners do Airborne laser scanning systems use? How do they work and why? This presentation covers the basics of Airborne Laser Scanning and some important things to consider if looking at this technology. If you would like more information on this technology or you are looking for a system yourself? Please get in touch - www.3dlasermapping.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
With more than 30 years of experience producing laser scanners, laser rangefinders and more, Riegl USA has seen recent success with a number of products, including its new VQ-820-G hydrographic airborne laser scanning system. What else is the company working on, and what can attendees expect to find at the 2013 Riegl International User Conference? Marketing Manager Susan Licari gave details to GeoDataPoint's Alexis Brumm at the Esri International User Conference.
This NEON Science video overviews what lidar or light detection and ranging is, how it works and what types of information it can provide. The video was produced by the National Ecological Observatory Network - a non profit project devoted to open science and open data. Suggested citation for this video: National Ecological Observatory Network. November 6, 2014. How Does LiDAR Remote Sensing Work? Light Detection and Ranging [Video file]. Courtesy: Battelle. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/EYbhNSUnIdU.
bentwing is an airborne mapping system that builds 3D maps of environments using a laser scanner. The lightweight scanning payload includes a Hokuyo UTM-30LX-F laser scanner that is rotated using the downdraft from the quadcopter. Custom-designed wings convert the downdraft into rotational motion that spins the laser, extending its field of view from 2D to 3D. bentwing was developed at CSIRO and uses the same sensors and data processing software as our handheld 3D mapping system, Zebedee: http://youtu.be/DUEAz_naHHg bentwing has been used to map a variety of environments including: interiors and exteriors of buildings, forests, cultural heritage sites, mines and quarries, and caves. This video shows a few examples including one of the first cave sections scanned at Jenolan Caves, a marbl...
This video shows RIEGL's complete "turnkey" Airborne laser scanner solution in operation: a DA42 MPP plane equipped with the RIEGL LMS-Q680i Airborne laser scanner. The long-range RIEGL LMS-Q680i airborne laser scanner makes use of a powerful laser source, multiple --time-around (MTA) processing, and digital full waveform analysis.
HawkScan is a high-accuracy airborne laser scanning system for low altitude surveying missions. The compact all-in-one design make it very easy to install on various low altitude flight platforms, including heli-copters, rotorcrafts, delta wings and large UAVs, and to accomplish various surveying missions with high flexibility and efficiency.
The presentation reviews several simulation techniques for accurately evaluating radar system performance and may reduce system deployment risks and costs. Handling moving Tx/Rx platforms for Airborne, Space-Borne and Ship based radars is key in determining system performance. It is important to include radar environmental scenarios for interference, clutter, jamming/deception, and radar cross section (RCS). These simulation techniques can be used to analyze advanced radar systems such as phased array, Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), active/passive, and multi-static radar systems. Application examples will be demonstrated.
Pittsburg-based startup Kaarta is building hardware devices for architects and engineers to create quick scans of rooms. Read more: https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/03/the-kaarta-contour-handheld-scanner-uses-lidar-to-map-spaces-in-real-time/ TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://bit.ly/18J0X2e
3D-Laserscanning der Burg Hochosterwitz in Kärnten / AT. Gleichzeitig Airborne Laserscanning des Gesamtbergs und terrestrisches Laserscanning einzelner Gebäude. Ende November 2010 fand die aufwändige Vermessung und Daten-Erhebung mit modernsten Lasermessgeräten und 3D-Scannern an einem der bedeutendsten Baudenkmale Kärntens, der Burg Hochosterwitz statt. Die Aufnahme erfolgt durch EKG BAUKULTUR, in Kooperation mit der Technischen Universität Wien, unterstützt durch das Land Kärnten und das Bundesdenkmalamt. Ergänzend zur digitalen Aufnahme des Kernbereichs der Hochburg im Jahr 2009 wurden in dieser Aufnahme-Kampagne das Hans-Khevenhüller-Haus, das Pfleghaus sowie die historische Mühle am Fuß des Burgbergs mittels terrestrischer 3D-Laserscan-Technologie aufgenommen. Die Aufnahme des ge...
A mobile LiDAR scanner mounted on a car or an airborne scanner operated in a helicopter can provide a dense point cloud depicting highways, their surroundings and the road surface very accurately. Using photographs taken at the same time and control points measured with GPS improves the accuracy and helps to compensate the gaps in the GPS signal caused by tall buildings and trees. Laser scanning can be executed without putting people at risk in the middle of busy traffic.
Soldier Deployable Geospatial Technologies SDGT is a collection of geospatial technologies that enables the Soldier to autonomously acquire high-resolution 2D and 3D mapping data on-demand. SDGT technologies: Mapping micro unmanned airborne systems – Micro-UMS are very light (1.5 lbs.), fixed-wing platforms with an endurance of 45 minutes or greater. Hundreds of still-frame images of the mission area are loaded into a photogrammetry software on a laptop. Mast and tower-mounted LIDAR – continuous wave laser scanning system collects 3D terrain with accurate change detection and automatically integrates changes. It detects and identifies sniper scopes. FMV-to-3D software – processes full motion video from any airborne DoD, MISB-compliant platform. Software creates 2D orthomosaics, digit...