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UAVOS And Polynesian Exploration Creating Autonomous Solution For 3D Mapping

Deployed On A UVH -25EL Unmanned Helicopter

UAVOS Inc, in conjunction with the maker of the POLYSCANNER Aerial 3D Mapping and Surveying system Polynesian Navigation, Inc., has announced a partnership to provide a long-distance autonomous solution for 3D mapping.

The light unmanned helicopter UVH -25EL powered by UAVOS's autopilot is an ideal platform for a long-distance autonomous solution for 3D mapping. The UVH-25EL has increased performance with a carrying capacity, a flying range, and an extended temperature range. Take-off and landing as well as missions are carried out automatically.

The POLYSCANNER is an integrated payload solution for Aerial HD Mapping and Surveying. The system features a choice of LiDAR’s, a global shutter camera and dual frequency RTK GNSS/INS with centimeter-level accuracy, as well as a high level of integration and sensor fusion software. The system is capable of creating accurate colorized 3D models in a point cloud format.

“We have been extending into UAV service market to meet its goal of offering state-of-the-art systems that are easy to use and offer excellent cost/performance value to our customers,” said UAVOS CEO Aliaksei Stratsilatau.

(Image provided with UAVOS news release)

FMI: www.uavos.com

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