Drone Rescue Systems GmbH: Drone Rescue presents Intelligent Parachute Rescue System for DJI M600

Drone Rescue Systems GmbH from Austria will present the parachute system DRS-10 for the first time at the Intergeo 2018. Based on this product, especially for the DJI Matrice 600 (M600) the parachute system DRS-M600 was developed, that has been coordinated purely to this flight system.

The parachute system DRS-10 is designed for multicopters with a total weight of 5 to 20kg and is therefore well suited for adaption to the DJI M 600. This multicopter model is employed in the field of professional aerial photography and for industrial applications.

The M600 is the workhorse of the drone fleet for many service providers. Many different cameras and gimbals are compatible and fully integrable, which makes the M600

very versatile. For this reason, it is all the more important, that the aircraft, as well as the payload, are protected from crashes, explained Andreas Ploier, CEO and co-founder of Drone Rescue Systems GmbH.

Besides the carbon cage, in which the parachute is stored, the rescue systems of Drone Rescue consist of intelligent electronics, which monitor the flight status independent of the flight controller. A sophisticated algorithm merges the sensor data, through which an automatic crash detection is realized. Therefore, in an emergency the pilot no longer needs to react and press an eject button, as this is often not possible anyway,

for example with a failure of the radio link. Furthermore, the algorithm reacts faster than the pilot, i.e. the system ejects the parachute itself. All flight data and movements are recorded in a Black Box.

In an emergency these can be read out and made available to insurance companies or authorities.

Our goal is to ensure, that even in an emergency Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) the drone can be safely intercepted. With our parachute system that is always possible, due to the electronics that are completely separate and independent of the flight controller. In addition, our system has the advantage, that it manages completely without explosive, pyrotechnical solutions.

Consequently, we have a system that is considerably lighter, and functions even in a worst-case scenario elaborated Ploier.

Drone Rescue Systems GmbH, awarded by the European Space Agency (ESNC-2016), developed the fastest and most efficient parachute safety solution for drones available on the market right now.

The parachute safety solution works autonomously and independent from the drone and ejects the parachute in a fraction of a second, enabling a safe commercial and private drone usage even over crowded places.

The main goals of the Drone Rescue products are to reduce the risk of harming people on the ground and to bring down the expensive equipment safely when it comes to a malfunction of drones up in the air.

Drone Rescue GmbH

Andritzer Reichsstraße 15

8045 Graz

Austria

+43 660 140 80 55

[email protected]

www.dronerescue.com

DJI Phantom 4 RTK

DJI has rethought its drone technology from the ground-up, revolutionizing its systems to achieve a new standard for drone accuracy – offering Phantom 4 RTK customers centimeter-accurate data while requiring fewer ground control points.

A new RTK module is integrated directly into the Phantom 4 RTK, providing real-time, centimeter-level positioning data for improved absolute accuracy on image metadata. Sitting just beneath the RTK receiver is a redundant GNSS module, installed to maintain flight stability in signal-poor regions such as dense cities. Combining both modules, the Phantom 4 RTK is able to optimize flight safety while ensuring the most precise data is captured for complex surveying, mapping and inspection workflows.

Fit the Phantom 4 RTK to any workflow, with the ability to connect this positioning system to the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, NTRIP (Network Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol) using a 4G dongle or WiFi hotspot, or store the satellite observation data to be used for Post Processed Kinematics (PPK).

To take full advantage of the Phantom 4 RTK’s positioning modules, the new TimeSync system was created to continually align the flight controller, camera and RTK module. Additionally, TimeSync ensures each photo uses the most accurate metadata and fixes the positioning data to the center of the CMOS – optimizing the results from photogrammetric methods and letting the image achieve centimeter-level positioning data.

A new GS RTK app allows pilots to intelligently control their Phantom 4 RTK, with two planning modes – Photogrammetry and Waypoint Flight – alongside a more traditional flight mode. The planning modes let pilots select the drone’s flight path while adjusting overlap rate, altitude, speed, camera parameters and more, offering an automated mapping or inspection workflow.

The GS RTK app has been built with its users in mind and therefore has a range of features built for specific mapping or inspection workflows. The app has implemented direct loading of KML area files for in-office flight planning, a new shutter priority mode to keep exposure consistent across all photos and a strong wind alarm to warn pilots of adverse conditions.

Application Period for World’s Largest Business Accelerator Competition Closes

Program’s Third Round Receives Strongest Interest in Program’s History

GENIUS NY 3.0 Attracts Unmanned Systems Startups from Around the World

Investment in GENIUS NY is supported by “CNY Rising” – The Region’s Comprehensive Strategy to Revitalize Communities and Grow the Economy

SYRACUSE, NY – GENIUS NY, a business accelerator program at CenterState CEO’s Tech

Garden announced the application period for round three is closed. The program attracted more than 350 applications for this round, the largest number and most competitive in the competition’s history. Of the applications received, more than half came from teams operating outside of New York, and more than a quarter from outside the continental United States. Applications from entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses focused on unmanned systems, IoT and data-to-decision platforms will now be evaluated by a panel of judges. Twelve semi-finalists will b selected to present demos and pitches later this fall. Five finalist companies will be selected to participate in the program and will receive an investment of nearly $3 million, including grand prizes valued at $1 million, and four investments totalling $500,000.

“The highly-competitive pool of applications we received this round is the result of the growth and success companies from the program’s first two rounds have experienced in such a short time,”

said Jonathan Parry, director of GENIUS NY. “We feel we can uniquely offer startup companies in the unmanned systems sector the right combination of investments, wraparound support services, and a region with the leading-edge research and development. The teams which will be selected to participate in round three will benefit from the experience and success of the 12 teams we have supported through rounds one and two. We look forward to working with round three’s finalists.”

Five teams that participate in the program will enter the in-residence accelerator at CenterState CEO’s Tech Garden in January, and will be immersed in the incubator’s events, resource pool, and mentoring. Participants are required to operate their business in Central New York for one year during the competition.

Empire State Development President, CEO & Commissioner Howard Zemsky said, “Our strategic investments in the innovation economy are ensuring that the GENIUS NY accelerator and other innovative startups will continue to lead Central New York’s burgeoning unmanned systems industry and support the region’s long-term economic growth.”

Round three of the GENIUS NY program will run for 12 months. It is the largest business

accelerator competition for the UAS industry in the world. The advancement of the GENIUS NY program builds on the progress of CNY Rising, the region’s comprehensive strategy to revitalize communities and grow the economy. The UAS industry accelerator program is administered by CenterState CEO’s The Tech Garden in Downtown Syracuse.

Beyond investments, GENIUS NY participants have access to some of the region’s premier

startup programming, including business planning, industry-specific mentorship, and access to vetted service providers offering startup friendly terms. As part of this effort, participants will be integrated into the larger regional effort to grow unmanned aerial systems in Central New York and the Mohawk Valley and will have access to world-leading infrastructure and testing assets when they come online. Participants also receive incubator space and stipends, as well as access to investors towards the end of the year for follow-on-investment.

To learn more about GENIUS NY visit, www.geniusny.com.

Accelerating CNY Rising

Today’s announcement complements “CNY Rising,” the region’s comprehensive blueprint to

generate robust economic growth and community development. The State has already invested more than $4.7 billion in the region since 2012 to lay the groundwork for the plan – capitalizing on global market opportunities, strengthening entrepreneurship and creating an inclusive economy. Today, unemployment is down to the lowest levels since before the Great Recession; personal and corporate income taxes are down; and businesses are choosing places like Syracuse, Oswego and Auburn as a destination to grow and invest in.

Now, the region is accelerating CNY Rising with a $500 million State investment through the Upstate Revitalization Initiative, announced by Governor Cuomo in December 2015.

The State’s $500 million investment will incentivize private business to invest well over $2.5 billion – and the region’s plan, as submitted, projects up to 5,900 new jobs. More information is available here.

Applications are now open and will be accepted until October 1, 2018. To learn more about

GENIUS NY or to apply visit www.geniusny.com or contact Jonathan Parry, director of GENIUS NY at [email protected] or by calling 315-345-2448.

About CenterState CEO

CenterState CEO is an independent and forward thinking economic development strategist,

business leadership organization and chamber of commerce; dedicated to the success of its

members and the prosperity of the region. We serve as an advocate and resource for smart

business, catalyze and facilitate regional growth, and promote community prosperity through results-driven partnerships, planning and problem-solving. www.centerstateceo.com

About GENIUS NY

GENIUS NY is an in-residence business accelerator program at The Tech Garden in Central New York that goes beyond substantial direct investment. In addition to $3 million in total investment for five teams, the program also offers incubator space, company stipends, resources, programming, and connections, making it among the largest competitions of its kind across the globe. The program is made possible by $5 million in funding support provided by Empire State Development, New York State’s chief economic development agency.

DJI Launches The Phantom 4 RTK Globally

DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, today announced the global rollout of the Phantom 4 RTK, a high-precision aerial survey drone that combines centimeter-level navigation and positioning with a high-performance imaging system to improve survey efficiency and accuracy, reducing operational difficulty and cost.

“The Phantom 4 RTK was engineered to meet the specific needs of its users who have come to rely on DJI drones as powerful tools for surveying, mapping or inspection operations,” said Sunny Liao, Director of Enterprise, Europe at DJI. “We took feedback from the drone mapping and surveying market on board and believe this solution demonstrates our commitment to strengthening our involvement and innovation in different enterprise verticals where we see substantial demand and potential for growth.”

Centimeter Level Positioning System

A new RTK module is integrated directly into the drone, providing real-time, centimeter-level positioning data for improved absolute accuracy on image metadata.

A non-RTK drone requires up to 40 ground control points (GCP) per square kilometer which takes several hours to place. The DJI Phantom 4 RTK has an in-built centimeter-accurate RTK navigation positioning system and a high-performance imaging system. Combined with the RTK positioning module (GPS L1 L2,GLONASS L1 L2, Galileo E1 E5a and BeiDou B1 B2) it potentially reduces the number of GCPs needed to 0, which saves at least 75% in set-up time. Sitting just beneath the RTK receiver is a redundant GNSS module, installed to maintain flight stability in signal-poor regions such as dense cities. Combining both modules, the Phantom 4 RTK is able to optimise flight safety while ensuring the most precise data is captured for complex surveying, mapping and inspection workflows.

The RTK module can provide positioning accuracy of 1cm+1ppm (horizontal), 1.5cm+1ppm (vertical), and the Phantom 4 RTK can get the 5cm[1] absolute horizontal accuracy of photogrammetric models.

The Phantom 4 RTK can be integrated into any workflow, with the ability to connect its positioning system to the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, NTRIP (Network Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol) using a 4G dongle or a WiFi hotspot[2].

Gather Accurate Data with TimeSync

To take full advantage of the Phantom 4 RTK’s positioning modules, the new TimeSync system was created to continually align the flight controller, camera and RTK module. Additionally, TimeSync ensures that the Phantom 4 RTK records factory-calibrated lens parameters alongside position, altitude and other data onto each photo, matching the positioning data to the center of the camera’s CMOS sensor and thus optimising the results from photogrammetric methods.

Precise Imaging System

The drone is equipped with a 1” 20 megapixel CMOS sensor. The mechanical shutter makes mapping missions or regular data capture seamless as the Phantom 4 RTK can move while taking pictures without the risk of rolling shutter blur. Due to the high resolution, the Phantom 4 RTK can achieve a Ground Sample Distance (GSD) of 2.74 cm at 100 meters flight altitude.

To ensure each Phantom 4 RTK offers unparalleled accuracy, every single camera lens goes through a rigorous calibration process where radial and tangential lens distortions are measured. The distortion parameters gathered are saved into each image’s metadata, letting post-processing software adjust uniquely for every user.

In areas with lack of RTK coverage, the DJI Phantom 4 RTK allows for the use of Post Processed Kinematics (PPK). The DJI Phantom 4 RTK captures original satellite observation data as well as the ephemeris data and stores it in a PPKRAW.bin file in RTCM 3.2. format. Additionally, the Phantom 4 RTK converts the satellite data on the fly to the RINEX format (Receiver Independent Exchange Format) and writes the data into a RINEX.obs file. Thanks to the internal synchronisation of the GNSS position and camera, the Timestamp.MRK file provides a precise recording of the highly accurate image position. All operation-relevant data is stored on a Micro-SD card in a unique folder for each mission. The consistency of the Phantom 4 RTK’s data reduces the time needed to validate the data and results in an efficient post-processing workflow with minimal to no manual adjustments.

Safer, Smarter and Stable Flight

The Phantom 4 RTK’s OcuSync video transmission system enables a stable connection between the drone and its remote controller. The system features strong interference resistance. It delivers 720p video transmission feeds at a distance of up to 7km, which is ideal for mapping larger sites. The flight time of up to 30 minutes allows pilots to complete long missions without having to land the drone to change batteries. Even if the area is too large to map on a single battery charge, the Operation Resumption function of the GS RTK App automatically resumes the mission after the battery has been replaced.

Mobile SDK Supported

The Phantom 4 RTK is compatible with the DJI Mobile SDK, opening up its functions to automation and customisation through a mobile device.

Purpose-Built Flight Planning Application

A new GS RTK app allows pilots to intelligently control their Phantom 4 RTK with two planning modes – Photogrammetry and Waypoint Flight – alongside a more traditional flight mode. The planning modes let pilots select the drone’s flight path while adjusting overlap rate, altitude, speed, camera parameters and more, offering an automated mapping or inspection workflow. The planned flights are easily repeatable, letting teams collect the same data across different periods to track site progress and easily detect changes.

The GS RTK app has implemented direct loading of KML and KMZ files for in-office flight planning, a new shutter priori mode that keeps the exposure consistent across a whole mission and a strong wind alarm to warn pilots in adverse conditions during automated flight.

Seamless Compatibility with D-RTK 2 Mobile Station

The Phantom 4 RTK is compatible with the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station, providing real-time differential data to the drone and forming an accurate surveying solution. The Mobile Station’s rugged design and OcuSync transmission system ensures users can gain centimeter-level accurate data with their Phantom 4 RTK even in challenging conditions.

Phantom 4 RTK In Action

DJI has been working with European construction giant Strabag SE, a major player in transport infrastructure. Strabag has been utilising drone technology for several mapping projects since 2010, assessing the benefits using aerial data for 3D modelling in reducing costs and improving operational efficiencies. The latest tool-of-choice for their operations is the DJI Phantom 4 RTK.

“The use of drones for construction mapping has a lot of advantages. Their integration changes our workflow and simplifies many operational steps,” said Dr. Thomas Groeninger, Head of Business Unit Digital Object Survey and UAV at Strabag SE. “Conventional surveying methods also deliver 3D models, but digital terrain models created from drone data provide a higher point density. Therefore, reality is portrayed in much more detail.”

Price and Availability

The retail price of a Phantom 4 RTK is €5,700, which includes the drone, remote controller, two intelligent flight batteries, one remote controller intelligent battery, charger hubs for both types of batteries, power adapter and cable, four propeller pairs, and accessories. The retail price of a D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is €3,600. The retail price of a bundle, including Phantom 4 RTK and D-RTK 2 Mobile Station is €7,800.

The Phantom 4 RTK and D-RTK 2 Mobile Station are available today through authorized DJI Enterprise dealers worldwide. Shipping for Phantom 4 RTK starts from October 2018 and for the D-RTK 2 Mobile Station from November 2018. To order the Phantom 4 RTK, please fill out the form at www.dji.com/phantom-4-rtk

For more information about the Phantom 4 RTK, visit:

www.dji.com/phantom-4-rtk

Official Release of DroneShield Complete v2.0

DroneShield has today officially released DroneShield CompleteTM v2.0, the single largest software update for the DroneSentry & DroneSentinel product suites. DroneShield CompleteTM offers users a ‘best in class’ drone detection and mitigation interface with enhancements to tracking, navigation, functionality and usability.

DroneShield CompleteTM includes a graphic user interface (GUI) that compiles and analyses vast amounts of environmental data to display to user seamlessly and effectively. This dramatically reduces reaction and response times.

The DroneShield CompleteTM GUI harnesses the advantages of each detection technology, providing the user with an early warning system and growing detection threat level as more data is gathered and processed.

Remote access to your DroneShield products allows you to check status, configure your system settings, monitor threat levels and respond in real-time. The convenient browser-based monitoring application lets you view and control your DroneShield detection and response activity from anywhere.

Benefits of DroneShield CompleteTM:

  • Scalable & Flexible: Platform is built to scale horizontally and vertically, on-premise or on-cloud. Can be used for single multi-sensor sites or several multi-sensor nodes working together.
  • Immediate Evidence Collection and Reporting: Displays live drone activity, providing alerts to the user about the environment, inbuilt tools for detailed, precise report generation.
  • Convenient: Can be accessed and configured remotely from a web browser, wherever there is Internet connectivity or as standalone desktop application. Air-gapped solutions also available. Alerts are configured through the GUI to send via SMS or Email for remote operators.
  • Compatible: RESTful API allows easy integration into existing security systems.For enquiries, please respond to this message.

ApusDuo solar aircraft successful maiden flight

UAVOS Inc. has successfully completed the first stage of the flight tests of the 10-meter prototype of the High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) ApusDuo, which was manufactured as part of the development program of ApusDuo solar aircraft with a wing span of 28m. That prototype was made for testing control algorithms, including take-off and landing, full-scale verification of HAPS aerodynamics. Test flights fully confirmed the flight characteristics of the UAV.

UAVOS Inc., headquartered in Mountain View, CA, has recently raised a round of financing from a group of private investors, in order to further enhance its R&D efforts, reduce the go-to-market time for new solutions and also focus on promotion and commercialization.

UAVOS works directly with a number of large customers in different segments. Among UAVOS advanced ready-for-commercialization technologies is unique Apus High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite control system for high-altitude unmanned solar-powered aerial vehicles, multiplatform autopilot solution for converting manned vehicles of all types into unmanned, and unmanned aerial vehicles aimed to counteract systems of electronic warfare.

Phoenix LiDAR Systems Disrupts the LiDAR Landscape Again

The commercial UAV LiDAR pioneer pushes industry boundaries with three new product announcements at INTERGEO 2018

Los Angeles, CA — October 12, 2018 — Phoenix LiDAR Systems, LLC., the industry leader in commercial UAV LiDAR systems, is proud to announce its three newest LiDAR solutions that will challenge LiDAR conventions once again at INTERGEO 2018, the world’s largest trade fair in the field of geodesy, spatial data and land management.

The Pioneer P10, Phoenix SLAM and AIR NavBox are all designed to increase flexibility, range and efficiency in customers’ LiDAR acquisition workflow more than ever..

“We take great pride in pushing the boundaries of what technology allows us to do, and our newest products provide an unprecedented range of power, density and flexibility,” says CEO Grayson Omans. “We’re always looking for ways to impact the important work our clients are doing for the better.”

The three newest additions to the Phoenix LiDAR family of products are headlined by the Pioneer P10. Scheduled for a US-release in late 2018, the long-range laser sensor weighs only 3.8kg and is a purpose-built, UAV LiDAR mapping system with a high-power 1550nm laser. Most impressively, the Pioneer P10 allows users to finally fly at the maximum regulation AGL of 120m (400ft) and scan more area per flight due to its unique ability to focus all 640k points over a downward looking 110-degree field of view.

Surveyors and LiDAR professionals can expect an increase of 300% in ground point density as compared to most other models at a comparable price point that spin the laser 360 degrees, resulting in wasted data. Its 300m laser range also makes the Pioneer P10 ideal for achieving the best range and power for challenging scans such as high vegetation penetration above 100m with up to three returns.

Late 2018 will also see the launch of Phoenix LiDAR’s new AIR NavBox. The newest generation, ultra-lightweight (450g) rover will help meet the rigorous demands of various industries and applications by greatly increasing flexibility in two key areas:

configuration of heavier payloads for the DJI M600 series, such as Phoenix LiDAR’s 5kg, RANGER LR-LITE paired with the Phase One iXM; and higher range with the highest resolution cameras on the market. The new Phoenix LiDAR AIR NavBox offers the most industry-altering capabilities in a tiny box not much bigger than a standard-size computer mouse.

The new Phoenix SLAM, slated for an early-2019 release, makes Phoenix LiDAR products more versatile by offering a dependable tool for mapping GPS-denied environments, such as underground mines and indoors. With the addition of augmented reality glasses, any Phoenix LiDAR SCOUT series model can be converted into a SLAM-compatible solution using the onboard software, navigation system and sensor for SLAM. Additionally, the Phoenix SLAM extends previous mapping solutions by supporting hybrid mapping modes: sparse GNSS fixes before, during and after SLAM

acquisition can be used to eliminate drift and properly reference data in space and time. Existing ground control points can also be tied into the solution to ensure that deliverables align with ground truth.

The announcement of the Pioneer P10, Phoenix SLAM, and AIR NavBox comes on the heels of Phoenix LiDAR’s LiDARMill launch, the first cloud-based, fully-automated LiDAR post-processing tool which helps reduce costs by leveraging cloud computing to automate post-processing. Phoenix LiDAR’s new platform enables even more companies to take advantage of the detailed 3D data which LiDAR offers.

For more information, please visit the Phoenix LiDAR booth (#12.0A.101) at INTERGEO

2018 from October 16-18, 2018 or PhoenixLiDAR.com.

The KittyHawk

What makes the KittyHawk different?

It does heavy lifting!

  • Leading payload in its class – up to 26 pounds.
  • Full 3K (military grade) carbon fiber body, canopy, battery box, and propellers. No plastic or fiberglass.

It’s versatile!

  • Mix and match components, with up to 5 operating simultaneously. See your many options below.
  • Mounts and gimbals for overhead, belly, and nose perspective cameras.
  • Waterproof motors for flight in all types of weather including rain, sleet and snow.

It’s safe!

  • Rotor protection. Rotors bounded by 3K carbon fiber rings to protect the rotors and prevent collateral exterior damage.
  • Return-to-Launch and Panic flight modes.
  • Geo-fencing, to avoid flyaways.
  • Retractable landing gear.
  • Armored battery boxes.
  • LiDAR Lite autonomous terrain sensing abilities to keep the unit flying level at low altitudes.

iSTAR Pulsar collaborations on show at INTERGEO 2018

GeoSLAM and Orbit GT to demonstrate innovations using iSTAR Pulsar data; NCTech to showcase new AI capabilities for identifying objects in 360 images

NCTech, a developer of reality imaging systems, will next week showcase its iSTAR Pulsar mobile 360-degree data capture system at the INTERGEO conference and tradeshow. Companies at INTERGEO, including GeoSLAM and Orbit Geospatial Technologies will also unveil innovative developments that incorporate iSTAR Pulsar.

iSTAR Pulsar is NCTech’s professional edge-to-cloud big data system, optimized for capture on the move. iSTAR Pulsar is designed to capture 360-degree data while mounted on a vehicle, drone or on foot.

At INTERGEO, NCTech will be showing a demo of a future feature in its cloud-based processing software VR.WORLD that uses artificial intelligence and image recognition to analyse the images captured by iSTAR Pulsar. This means that objects like cars, trucks, traffic lights, road signs, pedestrians and cyclists can be automatically identified in images.

Handheld 3D mobile mapping leader GeoSLAM will introduce new developments at INTERGEO, including an innovation that integrates with iSTAR Pulsar.

“We immediately saw the potential for collaboration when NCTech introduced the iSTAR Pulsar,” said Mark Reid, Head of Strategic Business Development, GeoSLAM. “And now we’re excited to show the attendees at INTERGEO what we’ve been working on.”

Orbit GT has updated its mobile mapping software to enable iSTAR Pulsar data to be integrated into its smart 3D mapping solutions.

“We’re very pleased to announce that Orbit GT solutions now support data from NCTech’s iSTAR Pulsar,” said Peter Bonne, CEO, Orbit GT. “We’ll be showcasing the great 360 degree imagery captured by iSTAR Pulsar at our booth.”

“We launched iSTAR Pulsar earlier this year, so it’s great to see that key industry players like GeoSLAM and Orbit GT are already leveraging its capabilities in their own developments,” said Andrew Baddeley,Technical Sales Director, NCTech. “Combined with the exciting new AI developments from our labs, we look forward to showing everyone at INTERGEO how we are helping to virtualize the world!”

About NCTech

NCTech makes the creation and access of virtual worlds possible for everyone, providing 360 degree reality imaging systems that streamline the workflow of image documentation and can be used repeatedly, accurately, consistently by anyone anywhere. www.nctechimaging.com

About GeoSLAM

GeoSLAM is a global market leader in 3D hand held mobile mapping technology solutions. Their unique “go-anywhere” technology is adaptable to all environments especially spaces that are indoor, underground or difficult to access, providing accurate 3D mobile mapping without the need for GPS. www.geoslam.com

About Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies

Orbit GT is synonymous to Smart 3D Mapping, for Mobile Mapping, UAS Mapping, Indoor Mapping, Aerial Oblique Mapping, and Terrestrial scanning, replacing the big data dilemma with ease of use. Orbit GT is world leader in solutions and expertise for use of 3D Mapping content in managing, viewing, extracting, operating, publishing, sharing and embedding solutions in in workflows, either desktop, on premise and cloud based. Orbit GT is headquartered in Lokeren, Belgium, and enjoys a global business network. www.orbitgt.com