Why Aerial LiDAR Scanner?

Drone-based lidar systems provide high resolution data

Drone-based LiDAR, a new type aerial mapping technology, provides high-resolution data. These scanners operate using direct georeferencing and Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) measurements. The drone carries out the measurement process by shooting pulses of light that bounce off vegetation and return to the scanner.

Drone-based LiDAR systems are capable of providing extremely high-resolution data at a low cost. Compared to manned aircraft, UAVs can survey large areas quickly and efficiently. They also require less staff and can fly for longer periods of time. Drone-based LiDAR is a cost-effective alternative to aerial mapping.

LiDAR drones can cover up to four miles in one flight. They can achieve absolute accuracy of up to four inches horizontally and two inches vertically. This gives you the highest resolution data possible.

They are more maneuverable that terrestrial systems

LiDAR is an imaging technique used to determine terrain and other features. It is used in the construction industry for a variety of purposes and is also available on private drones. The two main differences between terrestrial and drone radar are the amount of information that can be collected and the cost. Drones are easier to maneuver than terrestrial systems, and can collect data from a wider area.

Aerial LiDAR, on the other hand, involves placing a similar type of laser scanning sensor in the air. This system can be attached to a drone, helicopter, or airplane. These systems can quickly scan an area because they are able to scan downward from an aerial view. They also can cover more terrain than terrestrial systems, which may need multiple scanning positions to cover a large area.

Aerial LiDAR Scanning System

Multi-Rotor UAV LiDAR Scanning Payloads

Airborne LiDAR Scanning System
LiDAR system for Helicopter Installations