Dual-mount lidar system enables collection efficiency

Teledyne Optech has released the next evolution of its Galaxy platform, the T2000. A compact lidar-mapping sensor provides a feature set for maximum collection efficiency and point density, and is the next step in the evolution of modern aerial surveying. Coupled with a new G2 mounting system, the system leverages its compact size to co-mount […]

Receiver leverages evolving GNSS constellation

Trimble has announced new capabilities to its Real-Time Network (RTN) portfolio –the Trimble Pivot Platform and the Trimble Alloy Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) reference receiver – that will enable operators to continue to meet the ongoing demand from surveyors, mapping professionals and precision farmers for accurate, reliable corrections derived from real-time networks. The platform […]

Corridor mapping using a VTOL drone

The new corridor mapping feature in the latest (1.10) Wingtra flight planning software release enables fast, efficient coverage of long, narrow stretches with either of WingtraOne’s RX1R II or QX1 payloads. Customers can now enjoy the broad coverage and vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) operational flexibility that the company is known for when running large, […]

Increased longitudinal resolution at higher speed

Scanfly is a turnkey solution for 3D lidar mapping. Ultra-compact and light-weight, it is a solution which offers a good quality-price ratio. Its design allows it to be installed on any vehicle (plane, land or sea). 3D Target unveiled the new Scanfly HD2, a payload which integrates the new Velodyne Puck 32MR. Scanfly HD2 features […]

INS/GNSS dedicated to mobile mapping

SBG Systems’ Quanta Series of inertial navigation systems (INS) is dedicated to air and land-based mobile mapping integrators. Because SBG Systems wants surveyors to save autonomy for additional survey lines, the company has designed a small, lightweight, and low-power inertial navigation system offered on two levels of accuracy. Quanta and Quanta Extra have been developed […]

New compact lidar released for UAVs

The Riegl miniVUX-2UAV is an ultra-lightweight (1,55 kg) airborne laser scanner, designed specifically for integration with drones (UAS/UAV/RPAS). The company has added this new miniaturized UAV sensor to its versatile portfolio of professional solutions for UAV-based surveying. This sister type of the proven Riegl miniVUX-1UAV sensors offers 100 kHz and 200 kHz PRR. With the […]

Compact GPS receiver adds further compatibility

Juniper Systems has released the Geode GNS2 sub-meter GPS receiver, which now features connectivity with a range of iPhone and iPad devices to provide users with an even more versatile and powerful tool. This is made possible by the Geode’s new MFi (“Made For iPhone, iPad”) certification. The receiver retains all the features and connectivity […]

Automating large format printing

The ImagePrograf Pro Series is a new range of high-quality large format printers for high-impact, borderless printing. The five new models feature new levels of automatic media handling and smart workflow options. Just put the roll on the feeder and it loads automatically while the new automatic media handling senses the type and size of […]

Survey and GIS software upgrades interface, efficiency and more

Carlson’s latest release of Survey 2020 brings user interface upgrades along with a host of new features and tools to improve day-to-day efficiency. A Migration Wizard for upgrading software as well as sharing settings and files across the office highlights this year’s list of customer centric updates. This new migration tool allows users to install […]

Geospatial company becomes a certified commercial UAV operator

Agizo provides services in geomatics and spatial planning, and has a team of highly experienced and qualified professionals with years of experience in spatial planning, land use management, land surveying and GIS analysis. The need to broaden and improve its services led the company to the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), a journey it […]