Drone LIDAR/Imaging Systems
Two GeoCue Mapping Cameras provide a 120° field of view, coincident with the laser scanner track. The 25° oblique mounting ensures the sides of objects are imaged, allowing a true 3D colorization of all LIDAR points.
The Quanergy M8 Ultra scanner provides range of up to 100m with three returns per outgoing pulse.
A Google® Coral TensorFlow Processing Unit provides exceptional power as the True View central controller.
A sensor can be no more accurate than the position and orientation system. GeoCue incorporates the industry’s most accurate and reliable POS – the Applanix APX series. APX post-processing is accessed via the included True View software, providing “pay-as-you-go” access to SmartBase and Trimble PP-RTX positioning services.
· Post-processing software uses positioning system information to perform roll compensation at the individual scan line level. This allows reduced overlap between flight lines, increasing platform flight efficiency.
Fusing sensor data requires exceptional timing synchronization among the positioning system and all sensors. True View’s System Synchronization Unit (a GeoCue designed Master Clock), ensures sensor coordination at the microsecond level.
GeoCue’s True View Evo software, bundled with every system, provides a complete post-processing workflow solution from project creation through final products.
The True View 410 is available via an optional “evergreen” subscription service with a minimum commitment of only 3 months. Use this model as a low risk entry into the drone LIDAR market or to handle business surges when an extra sensor or two are needed for a short period.