Drone Mapping with Reach: Hot Shoe Adapter for M+ and PPK workflow overview

Post-Processed Kinematic (PPK) technique is widely used for mapping with drones. In this scenario Reach RS/RS+ base on the ground and Reach M+ rover on a drone independently log raw data which is post-processed after the flight.

For mapping, it’s crucial to sync an onboard camera and Reach M+ rover. To ensure smooth and reliable synchronization of Reach and a camera, we’ve recently added a hot shoe adapter to Reach UAV mapping kit.  Also available from our distributors

You can get hot shoe adapter in the online store with UAV kit or purchase it separately

Learn more about our new product and read why synchronization of a camera and Reach M+ is important on our blog! We have also posted an introductory article about PPK, the guide will be useful to everyone getting started with PPK and UAV mapping. 

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Comment by Tiziano Fiorenzani on August 30, 2018 at 6:31am

It was time someone did it!


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