Reliable Lidar for UAV

Demonstration in South Africa

The Surveyor system will be demonstrated in South Africa with our distributor Aciel Geomatics on September 15th. Come and join us at the Barnstormers Flying Club in Kempton Park to witness the incredibly precise, easy-to-use and all-integrated LiDAR that is the YellowScan Surveyor! If you are interested in Aerial surveying, UAV mapping or Topography and you wish to learn more about our all-integrated Lightweight UAV LiDAR, this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Feel free to Register online

The Surveyor will be the UAV payload of an Aerial Kopter drone.

AERIAL KOPTER - Demonstration in South Africa

About YellowScan UAV LiDAR systems

YellowScan develops lightweight UAV LiDAR systems. The Mapper was developed for UAV Mapping and was the first lightweight UAV LiDAR available on the market, with its 2.1kg. The Surveyor, LiDAR scanning system launched in February 2016, is designed for UAV Surveying needing a high precision and accuracy.

R&D development for the YellowScan Surveyor solution began in early 2015, with the same philosophy and technology foundation that has made the YellowScan Mapper so successful. With a robust and fully integrated system designed to meet the needs of most demanding survey and terrain professionals, YellowScan Surveyor is quick and easily adapted to any drone, generating data when and where you need it.

The team has carefully selected and deployed the best high-end components for unparalleled level of performance; for example, the Applanix APX15 single board GNSS-Inertial solution chosen for its highly accurate position and orientation direct georeferencing.

Applications include Mining, Civil Egineering and Corridor Mapping: Wether you need to evaluate your stockpiles, generate the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) of your quarry and surroundings to extend it, obtain the topography of a wooded area to design a future road or railway, or survey the vegetation corridor to prevent accidents, the Surveyor is the right UAV payload which can be complemented by photogrammetry.


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