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
The only professional LiDAR UAV capable of accurately surveying infrastructures (eg. poles, powerlines) or ground under vegetation at an altitude of 120 m and a s
Use this fully autonomous drone to capture high-resolution aerial photos that you can transform into accurate orthomosaics & 3D models.
Fixed-wing drone built for aerial mapping and terrain modeling of larger areas, including mine sites, stockpiles, and undertaking topographic survey.
SkyWalker X62 can load various payloads: DSLR camera, airborne RTK/PPK Receiver, 2-Lens camera, Integrated 5-lens camera system, 3D Laser Scanner, Digital wire
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