The answer to this question will depend on the Structure from Motion software being used. The two primary components are the ability to use high-accuracy geotags and the ability to incorporate a camera calibration based on Brown’s Distortion Model. Read more...
Many sites have large-scale projected systems defined just over the local site, which does not match existing national and state grids. We refer to these as local coordinate systems, and while local easting and northing image locations can be input to PhotoScan, Pix4D, etc., those applications do not support converting geographic coordinates to local projected coordinates. Learn how to use the new Local Coordinate System Manager tool in AirGon's ASPSuite. Read more...
Loki is AirGon’s third generation Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), Post-Process Kinematic (PPK) direct geopositioning system for drones. Unlike other direct geopositioning systems on the market today, Loki supports, in “plug and play” fashion, the ubiquitous Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire 2 drones from DJI. Loki turns these low-cost prosumer drones into high accuracy, professional mapping platforms. Read more...