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Sensors

1 MHz LiDAR scanner

4 band true metric cameras

Integrated airborne hybrid sensors system

The airborne market for area-wide 3D data acquisition is experiencing a noticeable trend towards a hybrid mapping concept. The most airborne data collection will increasingly be performed by a combination of active and passive sensors. There are two main reasons for this. Firstly, collecting all relevant data while flying is an efficient and cost-effective solution, even when the flying restrictions and regulations are factored in. Also, exploiting the advantages of both light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and aerial imaging will improve the quality of the final geospatial products.

MapSoft has hybrid sensor system of airborne LiDAR systems which integrate a LiDAR unit and a passive imaging unit (multi-camera fashion) in the same platform for concurrent acquisition of ranging and imagery data. MapSoft’s hybrid sensor system consist of:

  • High quality LiDAR sensor
  • Aerial metric multispectral camera (RGB+NIR)
  • Thermal camera.

The system is integrated into a single unit and equipped with a high-quality Trimble GNSS/IMU georeferencing system.

Improved data quality is provided by the gyro platform, which has the role of compensating for the tilt of the aircraft during flight mission.

LiDAR scanners

TELEDYNE OPTECH GALAXY

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  • 1 MHz effective ground measurement rate
  • Up to 100 points per square meter
  • Ultra-compact, high-performance mapping sensor
  • PulseTRAK technology (eliminates PIA data gaps)
  • SwathTRAK technology (fixed-width swaths in variable terrain enables significantly reduce flight lines and predictable point distribution)
  • 8-returns for improved vertical resolution
  • Compatible with gyro-stabilized mount

Galaxy is the latest generation of airborne solutions, packing more power and accuracy into a tiny footprint than any other sensor. Designed for everything from wide-area mapping to corridor surveys, Galaxy is truly a universal sensor that rivals larger systems with its ultra-dense data and industry-leading measurement precision and accuracy.

Galaxy’s PulseTRAK™ and SwathTRAK™ technologies (patents pending) make surveying simpler than ever before by providing unique innovative feature sets that maximize productivity, increase information content and reduce overhead costs.

TELEDYNE OPTECH ORION M300

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  • 300.000 Hz effective ground measurement rate
  • Compact, full-system LiDAR sensor (1.0 cu ft, 0.03 m3)
  • High density and accuracy independent of pulse rate
  • Real-time XYZ point display
  • Fully programmable scanner (0-90 Hz, 0-50 degrees)
  • Highest data precision
  • Real-time differential GPS correction (OmniSTAR and RTX)

The Optech Orion Airborne Laser Terrain Mapper is an ultra-compact total mapping solution with industry-leading data precision and accuracy.

The Orion M300 lidar survey system was designed for those surveyors that focus on high-precision engineering, infrastructure, and/or asset management mapping initiatives. Whether it is a low-altitude powerline collect or a higher-altitude department of transportation survey, the Orion M300 has the performance and productivity to deliver without compromise.

Multispectral cameras

PHASE ONE iXU-RS1000

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  • 2 cameras (RGB + NIR)
  • 100 Mpix CMOS sensor - (11.608 x 8.708 pixels)
  • True metric calibrated camera
  • Designed and tested for aerial imaging purposes
  • High quality Rodenstock lens

The MapSoft camera system is based on two Phase One metric cameras. The 4-Band solution includes two synchronized Phase One metric calibrated cameras (RGB and NIR) mounted side by side on a specially designed base plate. The software automatically generates distortion-free images and performs fine co-registration of pixels from the NIR to the RGB images, including processing different image sizes.

Both cameras are true metric calibrated camera and meet the highest standards of spatial accuracy and radiometric quality in the production of the most demanding geospatial products. These cameras have become standard in all high-quality aerial hybrid sensor systems.

  • 4-Band combined NIR and RGB (RGBN) TIFF (4-Band CIR)
  • 3-Band combined NIR and RGB (NRG) TIFF (3-Band CIR)
  • NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) TIFF
  • Distortion-free / corrected RGB TIFF
  • Distortion-free / corrected NIR TIFF
  • RGB TIFF
  • NIR TIFF

Thermal camera

FLIR A615

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  • Compact thermal imaging camera
  • Fully controlled by a PC
  • Equipped with uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VoX) detector
  • Crisp thermal images of 640 x 480 pixels resolution
  • Image frequency: 50 Hz
  • Object temperature range: -20 to +150°C
  • Thermal sensitivity: < 0.05°C @ +30°C
  • Accuracy: ±2°C
The FLIR A615 is an easy-to-control, affordable, and compact thermal imaging camera. The FLIR A615 features a 640 x 480 pixel microbolometer that detects temperature differences as small as 50 mK, for accuracy at longer distances.
Measure temperatures in non-contact mode using any third-party software thanks to 16-bit temperature linear output. Stream full-frame 16-bit images at 50 Hz, or in windowed mode as high as 200 Hz, for high-speed processes.
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