Create 3D maps of scenes, cities and densely vegetated areas.
MID-RANGE VERSATILE LIDAR
Take advantage of the Nextcore RN100’s efficient workflow to create accurate 3D point clouds of large, highly vegetated areas and corridors using the Nextcore- RN100 and fusion software with an accuracy of 50mm RMSE.
- Acecore Noa electric hexacopter
- Nextcore RN100 mid-range LiDAR
- QGroundControl mission control
- Nextcore Fusion software suite
HIGH ACCURACY PRECISION LiDAR
The range-topping Phoenix miniRANGER will output photo-realistically colored point clouds at an accuracy of 20-30mm. Its dual oblique RGB-sensors capture RTK precision photogrammetry simultaneously further improving the point cloud quality.
- Acecore Noa electric hexactoper
- Phoenix miniRANGER LiDAR
- Laser guided terrain following
- Herelink George pilot remote
- LiDARMill software platform
HIGHER POINT DENSITY
Fly lower and slower.
Collect higher quality data by lowering the flight altitude and flight speed. The Acecore Noa has an optional laser guided terrain following mode which ensures a constant AGL to collect data with maximum points per square meter. The drone's high endurance (>45 mins @ 2KG p-load) means users can cover lots of ground in a single flight.
Top mount RIEGL LiDAR integration
While most LiDAR surveyors prefer a traditional bottom-mounted payload, some pioneers like to mount the 3D laser scanner on top. This allows them to get under the subject and scan otherwise inaccessible locations such as the underside of bridges and other structures. The RIEGL miniVUX does so at relative accuracies of 15mm.
Nextcore efficient workflow
The fully integrated Nextcore RN-series is one of the easiest systems to use, with proper GPS antenna rods to determine its exact heading. The system requires just 1 push of a button to start spinning and collecting data during flight, storing the raw output on a separate USB stick, which is later converted to high-quality point clouds in the Nextcore Fusion software.