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Photogrammetry Tool for Aerial Mapping With UAVs, Planes and Helicoptres with Metric Cameras
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Photogrammetry Tool for Aerial Mapping With UAVs, Planes and Helicoptres with Metric Cameras

Before the introduction of small UAVs for aerial photogrammetry, planes, helicopters and metric cameras were used. Not only was this costly, it was also complex due to the images being taken from high altitudes. UAVs have made aerial mapping more affordable, faster and precise. When it comes to planning survey missions for small UAVs, UgCS is the right software for the job. It supports most UAV pl…

Doppler Velocity Log (DVL) for High-Quality Navigation When GPS is Unavailable
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Doppler Velocity Log (DVL) for High-Quality Navigation When GPS is Unavailable

Need to navigate where the GPS signal might be blocked or jammed? Consider Instruments using a persistent and stationary navigation aid—the seabed. For safe maritime operations, Doppler Velocity Logs (DVLs) can provide an enhancement or replacement when GPS is unavailable—or when redundancy is needed.

GNSS/INS Solutions for Red Bull Air Race Racing Drones
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GNSS/INS Solutions for Red Bull Air Race Racing Drones

Created in 2003, the Red Bull Air Race World Championship features the world’s best race pilots in a pure motorsport competition that combines speed, precision and skill. Using nimble and lightweight racing planes, pilots hit speeds of 370 km/h (230 mph) while enduring forces of up to 12 g as they navigate a low-level slalom track marked by 25-meter-high, air-filled pylons (Air Gates). Pilots incu…

Mapping The Norwegian Seafloor with Kongsberg Seaglider AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle)
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Mapping The Norwegian Seafloor with Kongsberg Seaglider AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle)

Kongsberg Maritime's Seaglider is being sent out on a six-month autonomous mission in the sea between Bodø, the edge of the Norwegian continental shelf, and Lofoten.
Researchers want to find out how energy-efficient drones can increase our knowledge of the marine environment and its wildlife.

Survey of the Hennepin  Lake Michigan Wreck (1888—1927) With Sidescan Sonar
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Survey of the Hennepin Lake Michigan Wreck (1888—1927) With Sidescan Sonar

Klein’s multi-purpose System 3000 is a simultaneous, dual-frequency side scan sonar that can be used to conduct a variety of survey applications in shallow and deep water. With operating frequencies of 100 and 500 kHz, the 3000 is designed for long range seafloor reconnaissance and object identification.