airborne mapping

the need

Aerial survey is a method of collecting imagery by flying cameras or other sensors over a survey area using airplanes, helicopters or UAVs. Aerial surveys are necessary for a vast variety of applications including topographic mapping, forestry ground and canopy measurements, powerline corridor mapping, Digital Terrain Model (DTM) generation, high-resolution digital imagery, orthophoto production, and many more. 

the challenge

Airborne mapping can be expensive.  The cost of establishing a network of ground control points alone can be prohibitive, as can the cost of running an airplane.   

the solution

Applanix systems use Direct Georeferencing to reduce or completely eliminate the need for ground control points and improve the overall efficiency of aerial mapping by reducing the costs, increasing profits and reducing environmental impact.  

Applanix' POS AV is a hardware and software system specifically designed for Direct Georeferencing of airborne sensor data. By integrating precision GNSS with inertial technology, POS AV enables geospatial projects to be completed more efficiently, effectively, and economically. 

Applanix' POSTrack tightly integrates the POS AV Direct Georeferencing technology from Applanix with the XTRACK Flight Management System (FMS) software from Track’Air, in one compact ruggedized system.  

The Applanix APX-15 UAV is a GNSS-Inertial OEM solution designed to reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of mapping from small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.


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