Geomapper is a useful tool for surveyors. During one flight it can cover up to 100ha of surface, and then images are processed into ortophotomap.
Geomapper is a new unmanned multirotor platform, dedicated to geodesy and cartography sector. The fully automated operation is based on pre-programmed flight path. The platform provides datathat is processed into a high quality orthophotomaps, and then becomes a useful tool for further work.
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IN ONE FLIGHT
equipped with a camera with a FullHD 1080 / 50p or 25p recording mode, 24.3 Mpix and 16-50 mm lens. The camera has got an ultra-fast AF system, capable of operating at a speed of 11 fps.
available with a software for processing information obtained during the flight. Agisoft allows you to combine obtained images into one, high quality image - orthophotomap.
maximum flight endurance of 42 minutes, thus covering up to 100ha of surface during one flight. Orthomosaics created from the obtained data give a complete picture of the entire covered terrain.
we provide comprehensive customer care, decision and technical support and unique service within 48 hours in Poland. The option is available in a form of a basic service or a full license.
equipped with 6 six separate BLDC engines. This improves stability even if there are strong winds. It helps to maintain a stable flight, even if one of the engines or controllers is damaged.
equipped with a system in which three separate flight controller can work simultaneously. It provides redundancy and allows the platform to continue the flight, even when a failure of two autopilots occurs.
The following table provides a specification of Geomapper. You can also download a full brochure of this platform.
Maximum takeoff weight
70 x 70 x 40 cm
50 x 30 x 20 cm
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During a flight Geomapper collects data in the form of high resolution images, which are then processed into orthomosaics - mapform images of terrain. Thanks to that a surveyor receives data in the form of typical GIS software. Below are some examples of images and orthophotos.