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
To use the RiCOPTER for acquisition of high-accuracy, high-resolution laser scan and image data, the UAS is equipped with the RIEGL VUX-SYS. The RI
X61 is a hexacopter, which is manufactured by SOUTH based on independent research and development. SkyWalker X61 is designed to drastically minimize the time a
The eBee SQ is an advanced agricultural drone that takes professionals such as crop consultants, growers and researchers from drone to action, simply and efficiently
The DT18 was the first civilian UAV in the world to be approved for beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS) operations. The high versatility DT18 airframe can carry high
Aeryon Labs Inc
Suitable for a wide range of mapping and surveying applications, the Aeryon SkyRanger provides; single operator transport and deployment; up to 50 minutes of flight
FlyTech UAV Ltd.
Dedicated to surveying and agriculture, UAV Birdie is a well-tailored drone, combining intuitive use and high-quality data, thanks to precise sensors and RTK L
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