LiDAR and Digital Photogrammetry

Our Equipments

 

High-performance airborne sensor for
urban mapping and utility corridor
surveys.

ALS70 and ALS80 is a compact laser-based system designed for the acquisition of high-density topographic and return signal intensity data from a variety of airborne platforms, at flying heights up to 5000 m AGL. The data is computed using range and return signal intensity measurements recorded in flight along with position and attitude measurements from an airborne GNSS / inertial subsystem. ALS70 and ALS80 fall into the category of airborne instrumentation known as LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging). 


Pilatus Porter PC-6

  • Max Cruise Speed: 232 km/h
  • Max Range at 3050 m: 926 km
  • Max Altitude: 7,620 m
  • Take-Off Distance Over 15 m Obstacle (STOL): 440 m
  • Landing Distance Over 15 m Obstacle (STOL): 315 m
  • Endurance : ± 7 Hours (with extra tank)

Leica ALS 80

 

  • Up to 1.000 KHz Pulse
  • FOV 0°-75°
  • Full Waveform
  • Unlimited range returns from each outbond
    pulse in greater detail
  • AutoScan; automatically adjust scan rate in
    speed aircraft varies
  • Double scan rate

Leica ALS 70

 

  • Up to 500 KHz Pulse
  • FOV 0°-75°
  • Full Waveform
  • Unlimited range returns from each outbond
    pulse in greater detail
  • AutoScan; automatically adjust scan rate in
    speed aircraft varies
  • Double scan rate

Leica RCD 30

 

 

  • Photogrammetric Camera
  • 60 MP and 80 MP
  • Multispectral RGBN Imagery
  • 2D Mechanical Motion Compensation

Gyro-stabilized Sensor Mount PAV 80

 

 

  • Stabilization range in roll from –5° to + 5 °
  • Stabilization range in pitch from –5° to + 5 °
  • Stabilization range in drift from –25° to + 25 °
  • FOV 0° to 37°

GPS Geodetic

 

 

  • Dual Frequency
  • Satellite signals tracking : GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Galileo, Compass1, SBAS