Aerial Mapping UAS
Aerial Mapping Unmanned Aircraft System
Our Aerial Mapping UAS revolutionized photogrammetry by moving the photograph collection from the hand of photogrammetric expert to those of field personnel. Obtaining aerial photograph is no longer a lengthy, complicated and expensive process with the emergence of our aerial mapping unmanned aircraft system. People of different profession can now easily obtain their aerial photograph whenever or wherever they want. UAVER provides different classes of proven small unmanned aircraft system and total solution of 3D map reconstruction to fulfill customers’ needs.
How it Works
Fully autonomous is certainly the most interesting feature in our aerial mapping system. Once the UAV is launched, it will fly along it’s designated flight path and take the aerial photographs. Finally, It will fly back to the designated landing point and deploy the parachute.
Fully autonomous is certainly the most interesting feature in our aerial mapping system. Once the UAV is launched, it will fly along it’s designated flight path and take the aerial photographs. Once mission is accomplished, It will fly back to the designated landing point and deploy the parachute. The deployment of parachute allow the UAV to land in tougher terrain.
Simple & Easy
Our aerial mapping system is designed for the non-professional remote pilot. It is simple and ready to be deployed in a fully autonomous way. It requires minimum or no training at all, user simply need to go through our complete operating manual. After conducting the step-by-step preflight system check, it can be launched from a supporting equipment through the bungee cord, without risking the operating personnel. Ground control software featuring with a very user friendly interface. Software interface is occupied by a large portion of map, making the flight planning clear and accurate. Navigation waypoints or flight area could be created by simple clicking actions. Besides that, warning message will pop out to prevent user making the wrong setting and ensure the safety of the unmanned aerial vehicle.
Each of the acquired aerial photograph will have a position and orientation data (POS data). The photographs will be orthorectified according to the POS data and combined to produce a geo-referenced orthophoto mosaic. Orthophotos can be further processed to generate Digital Elevation Model (DEM). UAVER provides different software depending on the requirements of the user
The generated orthophoto mosaic and DEM can have a resolution up to 5cm of ground sample distance(GSD), depending on the flying altitude, digital camera and photograph overlapping. The accuracy, depends on the GPS of the UAV, typically at the range of 2m without ground control points(GCP). It is a trade off between accuracy and the burden of measuring ground control points. User can obtain the accuracy up to 5cm with the presence of GCPs.