Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), cars, backpacks, and stationary terrestrial laser scanners are just a few of the platforms that are used to collect LiDAR data. A UAV, often known as a drone, is an aircraft that flies without a human pilot, crew, or passengers.
The phrase “UAV LiDAR” is used to describe a UAV that has a LiDAR system on board and is used to collect data about its surroundings. In a typical UAV LiDAR system, there are several sensors, including a LiDAR sensor, GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) receivers to locate the pulse, and an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) to calculate the orientation and speed of the LiDAR payload.
For the creation of precise and accurate 3D maps and models, UAV LiDAR can be utilized as an alternative to conventional LiDAR types and platforms.
The Global UAV Lidar market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The Lumos, Nextcore’s most innovative UAV LiDAR device to date, will soon be available for purchase.
A drone-mounted LiDAR payload of the next generation, Nextcore Lumos is intended to outperform other products in its class in terms of weight, accuracy, and power.
A new level of performance, precision, and usability is now available to surveyors, mining firms, environmental managers, foresters, and surveyors thanks to Nextcore’s Lumos systems, which build on the well-regarded RN Series systems from the company.
The Nextcore Lumos series comprises of two systems that can fit a variety of drone systems, including the well-known DJI M300 and a number of systems made in the USA and Europe.
With an RMS of 30mm at heights of up to 120 meters, the Nextcore Lumos series introduces an entirely new degree of accuracy to this market niche.
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