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SOLUTIONS

LASER

SURVEY

NAUTRAL TERRAIN
URBAN CITIES
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PROFESSIONAL AND RELIABLE LASER MAPPING 

AT LOWER COSTS COMPARED TO MANNED AIRCRAFT ENGAGEMENTS

HIGH ALTITUDE SCANNING
High definition imaging from afar
PRECISION MAPPING
Centimeter level reconstruction of ground features

Geospatial analysis of soil, rocks and foliage require more than just visual data representation, especially for the purposes of redevelopment and disaster relief works.

The operational deployment of our mapping flight gear in actual post-disaster times provides you the confidence you need in aerial data collection method that just works. 

Portfolio

UAVs are being increasingly used for urban work due to their high payload capacity, tall flight ceiling and low costs. Traditional methods of mapping through civilian aircraft are being phased out by UAVs. 

We have kept ourselves at the forefront in this evolving scene. That is why we offer the best. An integrated survey solution using industry grade LIDAR, GPS and Camera hardware mounted on our flagship platform.

Portfolio

 

FULLY EQUIPPED AND READY TO FLY LIDAR MAPPING UAV

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LIDAR MEETS DSLR MEETS GPS

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Our flagship BL-168 is tailored for use with the Japanese-Italian-Singaporean made Air Scanner remote sensing module equipped with the Velodyne VLP-16 / VLP-32, Sony DSLR and TRIMBLE AP-15.

 

Having seen operational uses, we can fulfill your requirements with convenience. Our easy to use Ready-to-Fly remote sensing package also allows you to execute remote sensing missions at your own discretion.

 

OPTIMAL GPS COVERAGE

When collecting precision geological data from the air, clean and noise-free data is important. That is why the TRIMBLE AP-15's antennas are mounted away from the aircraft core on a stiff, but light composite rod.

To ensure that the package retains the BL-168's compact characteristics, the mounting rod has a smart and easy to use spring lock that activates with just a push of a button. 

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