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This video shows RIEGL's complete "turnkey" Airborne laser scanner solution in operation: a DA42 MPP plane equipped with the RIEGL LMS-Q680i Airborne laser scanner. The long-range RIEGL LMS-Q680i airborne laser scanner makes use of a powerful laser source, multiple --time-around (MTA) processing, and digital full waveform analysis.
First experiment with the Velodyne VLP-16 LiDAR 'Puck' mounted on a brushless gimbal on a Devourer X8 heavy-lift multi-rotor UAV. The sensor mount also includes the Advanced Navigation Spatial DUAL GPS/IMU unit and a machine vision camera. This was a first trial of the laser scanner over a small pine stand near South Arm in southern Tasmania, Australia. This project is part of the TerraLuma research group at the University of Tasmania, supported by Supported by the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) New South Wales and the Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA). Credits: Project manager: Dr Arko Lucieer Engineering: Richard Ballard Coding: Steve Harwin and Dr Luke Wallace UAS pilot: Dr Darren Turner See http://www.terraluma.net for more details. Music: Jacoo - Andromed...
The RIEGL® LMS-Q780 long-range airborne laser scanner makes use of a powerful laser source, multiple-time-around (MTA) processing, and digital full waveform analysis. This combination allows the operation at varying flight altitudes and is therefore ideally suited for aerial survey of complex terrain. Unique features of this instrument include the automated resolution of range ambiguities, typically occurring at large measurement ranges and high repetition rates. The effect of range ambiguities appearing in airborne laser scanning is known as "multiple-time-around" or "multiple-pulses-in-the-air. RIEGL's new generation of airborne laser scanners overcome this limitation by multiple-time-around (MTA) processing.
Dr. Chris Hopkinson discusses airborne laser scanning - what it is, and how it is used. Airborne laser scanning maps ground and near ground surface coordinates at a very high resolution. The presentation covers what types of data can be collected this way, and some applications for use. Dr. Chris Hopkinson is a LiDAR project design and proposal consultant with Otterburn Geographic and now with the University of Lethbridge.
aerial laser scan survey. 14 pts/m2.
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Tech-savvy art historian Andrew Tallon uses lasers to unlock the builders' secrets behind the construction of the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Click here to read more about how historians use lasers to learn about the past: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/0...
In this video we will share with you some technology that can have a significant impact on your cases, terrestrial laser scanning. Laser scanning is simply a process which accurately measures 3 dimensional objects or scenes. Think of it as a 3D photo. There are many types of laser scanning: satellite, airborne, bathymetry, mobile and terrestrial. This video will focus on terrestrial laser scanning.
Drone delivers 3D scans models and volumetric data from aerial photos for survey, measurement perfect for mining and excavation, filling analysis and road work planning AIR6 flying robot delivers 3D models and volumetric data from aerial photos Previously, measurements had to be taken on the ground with a laser scanner, but now they can be taken from the sky with camera-mounted drones. This way, measurements are often faster and more precise than those taken on the ground. A drone can easily fly over a large area and measure it perfectly. The resulting 3D models can hardly be distinguished from reality - experts talk about “textured 3D polygonal models.” http://www.airborne-robotics.com/en
airborne laser scanning survey. 14 pts/m2.
Schiebel CAMCOPTER® S-100 Riegl Hydrographic Airborne Scanner Schiebel and Riegl Laser Measurement Systems GmbH are proud to announce the successful integration of the SCHIEBEL CAMCOPTER® S-100 Unmanned Air System (UAS) together with the Riegl VQ®-820-GU Hydrographic Airborne Sensor. This successful integration marked the first time that this new airborne sensor was flown on board of a UAV. The SCHIEBEL CAMCOPTER® S-100 helicopter UAS carried a special Schiebel-made composite pod containing the sensor, the IMU-GNSS unit, the data recording and transfer unit as well as a digital camera, during the flight tests in Grossmittel, Austria, which were carried out this month. This fully integrated system thus enables acquisition of high-accuracy hydrographic and topographic data, even in critic...
The VQ-820-G Hydrographic Airborne Laser Scanner is specifically designed to survey seabeds or ground of rivers or lakes integrated into a Complete Platform for Airborne Scanning, simply installed in any type of aircraft platform, e.g. fixed wing or helicopter. More information: www.riegl.com
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Cavalon Aerial Survey - a turn-key solution for Photogrammetry, Airborne Laser Scanning (ALS) and 3D City Modelling. This video is showing the ALS variant with: CCNS-5 - Flight Guidance & Sensor Management AEROcontrol - Precise Positioning System LiteMapper 5600 - Airborne Laser Scanning System DigiCAM - Aerial Camera with 60 Megapixels Learn more at www.igi-systems.com
With more than 30 years of experience producing laser scanners, laser rangefinders and more, Riegl USA has seen recent success with a number of products, including its new VQ-820-G hydrographic airborne laser scanning system. What else is the company working on, and what can attendees expect to find at the 2013 Riegl International User Conference? Marketing Manager Susan Licari gave details to GeoDataPoint's Alexis Brumm at the Esri International User Conference.
What type of scanners do Airborne laser scanning systems use? How do they work and why? This presentation covers the basics of Airborne Laser Scanning and some important things to consider if looking at this technology. If you would like more information on this technology or you are looking for a system yourself? Please get in touch - www.3dlasermapping.com / email@example.com
Riegl's James Van Rens discusses the company's airborne and UAV solutions at Intergeo 2016, which is being held Oct. 11-13 in Hamburg, Germany. Riegl unveiled its VQ-1560i dual lidar channel airborne laser-scanning system and miniVUX-1UAV lidar sensor.
Mobile laser scanning group of the Finnish Geodetic Institute actively applies new measuring and modelling techniques for various applications, forestry being one of the key focus areas. Airborne laser scanning has already been proven to be a great tool for large area inventory and static terrestrial laser scanning for detailed small area characteristics. Mobile laser scanning bridges these two techniques by providing extended spatial coverage and high-density and precise point clouds. For more information, please visit: http://www.fgi.fi/fgi/research/precision-forestry
Scanning riverbank stabilization structures