Will also be very interested, thx for the excellent work! I asume the grid function and geo fence will also work? What about the map Prefetch. Will you be able to create a Gpx file from the log?
"Hi Hein, congratulations on your new business, see you offer a lot of services on your site, do you have experience in all of this or is it just a wish list of potential services on your web site?
What is the AUW on your platforms?
What are the…"
Have a look at this site for some platforms, http://fpvhobby.com/6-fpv-airplane
Am a Gis consultant in South Africa, have done some disaster management projects for the park. Might help, depends on the need. Have worked on the Seeker 2…"
Andre has been working in the Gis industry for the last 18 years. Experience in Gis applications like, ESRI, Bentley, MapInfo, database administrator, and project manager. Particularly interested in Gis projects and Uav / sUas survey's, database design and management as well as spatial data integration and support.
Some of my duties include spatial data management, application design, project manager, client liaison and technical head.
Gis for Utilities, Local government and Disaster management.
We uses the technology to acquire remote sensing data to create accurate, detailed engineering-aerial imagery, precise 3D models, vegetation health measurements and mapping of small to medium sized land areas. We also provide a comprehensive suite of post-processing and value-added services including interpretation and analysis, land volume calculations, terrain contouring.
The UAVs low operating height produces the highest quality aerial imaging possible with little or no atmospheric interference (cloud, haze etc).
With the UAV able to take up to 300 high quality images per sq kilometer, at 2cm to 5cm resolution, the detail surpasses anything else currently available today.
Best satellite imagery is generally 50cm resolution; ours is up to 100 times finer than the best satellite data. Individual images are digitally stitched together to form a mosaic (an image map). These mosaics can be georeferenced or split into component parts for simpler analysis. We have produced highly detailed mosaics for clients in excess of 300mb per image. These can of course be compressed for easier file management.
With this method extended studies can be carried out and repeated when required. This can result in data that measures and quantifies change. Images can be draped over 3D models, used in GIS (Geographical Information Services) and linked with LIDAR surveys..