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Directly Georeferenced Aerial Imagery

learn how direct georeferencing of digital aerial imagery works in this interactive tutorial.



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GNSS/Inertial Factoids

The inertial navigation system or INS was invented by Charles Stark Draper. He demonstrated the first operational INS, called the MIT FEBE, in 1949. "Doc" Draper is hence known as the "father of the INS". A prestigious research institute, the C.S. Draper Laboratory in Cambridge MA, bears his name. (Source)

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DMS improves productivity with:
• Ultra-fast image delivery: map-ready orthophotos produced within hours of flying a mission
• Direct georeferencing capability: no need to survey ground control points
• Consistent, reliable, highly accurate mapping-grade results
• Powerful post-processing software: unsurpassed performance from lightweight solution
• Multiple options: specific cameras, sensors and lenses can be deployed for different tasks

DMS UAV is designed to optimise your UAV’s capabilities
• Small, lightweight and low-power GNSS-inertial components
• Camera options to fit many payload constraints
• Integration with flight management system for sensor control
• Future-proof: modular design allows for flexible upgrades
• Easy installation and deployment: more time in the field, less time in the workshop



Fly a mapping-grade solution wherever you fly a UAV!

• Orthophotos and base maps
• Urban and regional planning
• Earthworks monitoring for mining/civil engineering
• Coastal zone monitoring
• Environmental assessments in inaccessible/ inhospitable areas

Urban and Built Environment
• Data gathering in close proximity to buildings
• Low-and-slow surveys in built-up areas
• Vertical (façade) surveys of historic buildings

Rapid response mapping
• Time-sensitive photogrammetry of turbulent terrain in emergency and natural disaster scenarios
• Change detection and rapid situation assessment

Tactical/reconnaissance mapping
• Mission planning, operations preparation
• Damage assessment in inhospitable terrain
• Personnel and equipment movement monitoring

Corridor mapping
• Powerline and utility pipeline surveys
• Transportation corridors
• Route planning and assessment

• Crop growth surveys
• Disease monitoring
• Recurrent image acquisition and analysis: change detection
• Environmental impact monitoring