The new integration is designed to ensure a smooth end-to-end mapping drone workflow. senseFly operators can now, within the recently launched eMotion 3.5 software, transform a senseFly S.O.D.A. camera’s georeferenced imagery into an automatically collated project (in .jxl format).
This enables the one-click import of drone imagery into the Trimble Business Center Aerial Photogrammetry module without the need for manual project creation and organization of images.
The senseFly-to-Trimble mapping workflow includes:
- planning and monitoring a senseFly S.O.D.A.-based drone flight (in eMotion 3.5)
- downloading the drone’s images for one-click georeferencing in eMotion 3.5 (Flight Data Manager)
- clicking to create a .jxl format mapping project
- opening a project within the Trimble Business Center Aerial Photogrammetry module
- processing the drone’s imagery to generate orthophotos, contour maps, point clouds, digital surface models (DSMs) and feature maps
- analyzing and acting upon the data
“Making work easier and more efficient for geospatial professionals is the goal that drives every solution we develop,” said Jean-Christophe Zufferey, senseFly co-founder and CEO. “Therefore, we are excited to collaborate with Trimble on more tightly integrating our solutions, since enhancements such as this new eMotion-to-Trimble Business Center workflow do exactly that, ensuring that the transition from data collection to acting upon this data is as seamless as possible.”
The senseFly S.O.D.A. is built for professional drone photogrammetry work. The 1-inch, 20-megapixel RGB camera captures sharp aerial images across a range of light conditions, allowing senseFly fixed-wing drone operators to produce detailed, vivid orthomosaics and ultra-accurate 3D digital surface models.
senseFly S.O.D.A. is compatible with most senseFly fixed-wing mapping drones, including the large-coverage eBee Plus.
Trimble Business Center allows surveyors and other geospatial professionals to combine aerial photography with data collected from GNSS receivers, total stations, 3D laser scanners and more, for a complete field-to-finish workflow. By combining imagery from unmanned aerial systems with ground-based survey data, users can visualize their project from both aerial and terrestrial perspectives, measure points within the images and create 3D models of the infrastructure and terrain.
Source: Press Release
UAV DACH: Beitrag im Original auf https://www.uasvision.com/2018/04/05/sensefly-and-trimble-optimize-workflow-for-geospatial-drone-operators/, mit freundlicher Genehmigung von UAS Vision automatisch importiert, Der Beitrag gibt nicht die Meinung oder Position des UAV DACH e.V. wieder. Das Original ist in englischer Sprache.