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  1. Trent Pollard

    Mapping Deliverables

    I'm looking to dip my toes into the drone mapping game, but I'm unsure on exactly how to deliver the products. I am on a free trial of dronedeploy, and I will upgrade to a paid version once I get a serious project. So say I go and fly a site for an oil & gas client, what's the best way to submit to them the product? I appreciate any and all responses!
  2. UN /UNOSAT uses live/ realtime maps for disaster management: https://www.unitar.org/unosat/maps?qt-maps_quicktab=1#qt-maps_quicktab https://unosat.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=b9f9da798f364cd6a6e68fc20f5475eb The content comes from UN-Asign, a phone app by Ansur Technologies for crowdsourcing imagery. Ansur Technologies also delivers UAV-Asign for UAV usage:
  3. Hello everyone! I work in surveying company and now we are thinking about start working with drones. Our daily tasks are: cadastral surveying and site surveying ( for voluem calculation and topography). Also we work in close coloboration with local urban departament, one of the future projects is creating of 3D model of Town. We chosed Photoscan as photogrammetry software, but still don't know what we should choose results analisis. We found two porducts with features that we need: Virtual Surveyor and Sputnik GIS What do you think about each? Do anyone have an expirience of working with Virtual Surveyor or Sputnik GIS? Any advices?
  4. Dear UAV Coach community, In Geoscan we develop multidimensional spatial data visualization system – Sputnik GIS. It is a great tool for viewing and analyzing wide range of UAV survey results. Here is areas of applications of Sputnik GIS: mining, urban planning, road construction and maintenance, oil and gas, emergency management, condition survey and more. We are glad to present you a new version of Sputnik 1.3. In this version, we improved TLS rendering algorithm and released new features. Please check out the list of improvements and innovations below. 1. TLS rendering – the speed of rendering along with detail level increased, high FPS is maintained. The chance of coarse objects (LOD) appearing during model rotation is reduced. 2. Close to wall navigation is improved – we added first person camera mode and keys combination to move along vertical axis of object 3. Export part of TLS model – we added tool to export interested part of TLS model to OBJ, 3DS and DAE. For DAE and 3DS formats, backward compatibility with Sputnik is implemented 4. WMTS support – support for WMTS maps is supported in new version. Now you can use MapBox styles in Sputnik 5. OC3 and LAS support – now it is available to view OC3 (Photoscan point cloud format) and LAS ( Lidar) 6. WMTS support along with support of WMS services, Sputnik 1.3 supports WMTS services. Thanks to this innovation, you can use the maps you created on the Mapbox service. 7. Color palettes – from new version it is available to style raster maps in *.geotiff format 8. Photo selection – people use Sputnik for You can download Sputnik 1.3 using this link - https://www.geoscan.aero/en/sputnik/ Read more about Sputnik GIS 1.3 in our blog - https://www.geoscan.aero/en/blog/
  5. I have the Phantom 4 .. also the Sequoia cam, also investing in the thermals, high resolution cameras for use in survey mapping, search and recovery .. for both research and coursework / training (GIS / RMS, Pix4D, etc) . I am torn with the inspires as I dont think we can easily switch the cameras/ sensors on the Inspire2? Was leaning towards the Inspire1? I am also obtaining a couple of the Phantom4Pros in addition to the Inspires. We will primarily use units to generate orthos and surface models for remote sensing, watershed modeling ... Any suggestions?
  6. Prince Asiamah

    New Member

    Hi Everyone, I am Prince and I am from Ghana and i happy to be part of this wonderful community. DJI Phantom4 Pro is what i use. Hope to learn more from here.
  7. Good afternoon! Our campus has a new semester of GIS courses in the LA Region starting August 21. GIS provides many analysis and interactive functions for use of the drone imagery captured using the drones. This semester includes two Introduction to GIS (GIS 120) courses including a hybrid (once a week Friday)., an Intermediate GIS(220) located off site at the LA County Department of Public Works (DPW) at 900 S Fremont Ave, Alhambra and a Cartography (GIS 221) course. (course descriptions http://riohondo.isteaching.com/class-descriptions). Select courses transferable to CSU & Claremont Graduate University. Most of our students are working in offices at the local cities, counties and offices for which reason our courses are often scheduled at convenient hours and locations. I attached the flyer.
  8. Chrisp

    Hello

    Just want to say hello; I have 9 years in GIS and now I want to incorporate drone mapping along with aerial photography and perhaps orthos into my work. Recently received my Part 107 and looking into upgrading drone equipment right now to the Inspire 2 with the zenmuse x5 and the ndvi camera.
  9. Hello everyone, Forgive me if this is a simple question. I have a client who is a developer. They want some aerial stills and video for some land they own that they want to sell etc. They want to take the raw video and overlay GIS and need to know if the Inspire Pro 1 with the X5 camera has the GPS data in the file. I know that the stills have this information etc. Can anyone confirm this? Thank you, Ethan
  10. Helllo everybody I'm Evan from India. I have been working as a GIS Professional for the past 7 years. Now in near future we might have to acquire aerial photographs of 400 Sq Km and prepare orthophotos. The study area has some significant undulations and forest cover as well. What I would like to know Can I propose a UAV survey method for this kind of project? If yes then roughly how long will it take to complete the flying (considering 10 cm. GSD)? What kind of UAV & software combination (e.g. DJI Phantom 4 with Pix4D Mapper) should I think about? Any help is much appreciated! -Regards, Evan Roy
  11. cbecker301

    Tarot 680 Build

    Hello everyone! I am undergoing a new build using the Tarot 680 Pro frame as my base....however I ordered the Tarot Iron Man 680 kit instead of the 680 Pro kit. Does anyone know if I can just swap the center boards/integrated PCB board from the 680 Pro kit with the stock Iron Man 680 kit? That way I don't have to buy a second kit. Secondly, has anyone had experience using a Canon S110 or S120? I'm planning on using this as my imaging sensor. Finally, does anyone know where to find inexpensive gimbals or gimbal kits that will support the size of an S110/120 or any other digital camera for that matter? I greatly appreciate the help in advance!! -Cody
  12. My situation is a bit different than most. I'm looking to start a UaaS (UAV as a Service) startup that services industry to reduce costs. UAV's are only half the equation. Efficient systems to automate processing of collected data (traditional/multi-spectrum/thermal/lidar/etc) into actionable reports are key to unlocking their potential. A strong foundation in GIS (Geographical Information Systems) is fundamental to this endeavor. I'm looking to design a framework that's UAV agnostic and flexible enough to be applicable to many industry applications. A few potential markets include Photo-voltaic inspections, Wind Turbine Inspections, Multi-Spectrum Agriculture Crop Plans, Insurance Inspections, Disaster Recovery, Pipeline Inspections, Transmission Line Inspections. My biggest challenge is developing a viable business plan and finding others willing to work with me on this venture. I could much more detail, but I'll leave it here for the moment.