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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

RIEGL Launches the RiCOPTER Unmanned Aerial System

BERLIN, Oct. 7, 2014—RIEGL Laser Measurement Systems is presenting an impressive display at INTERGEO. Both at RIEGL’s indoor booth A3.014 in hall 3.1 as well as in its outdoor area at booth FG.002 new revolutionary products are being unveiled. RIEGL is excited to announce the release of the RiCOPTER! RIEGL is the first major LiDAR manufacturer

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

service-drone Unveils the MULTIROTOR Surveying Robot at INTERGEO 2014

In time for INTERGEO 2014 the market leader for film drones in the German-speaking area MULTIROTOR by service-drone presents the G4 Surveying-Robot for orthography.

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Applanix Introduces New Solution for Cost-Effective and High-Accuracy Directly Georeferenced Mapping from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

BERLIN, Oct. 7, 2014—Applanix, a world leader in products and solutions for mobile mapping and positioning, introduced today a new solution that enables major improvements in unmanned airborne mapping: the Applanix® APX-15 UAV GNSS-Inertial System. The APX-15 UAV is designed to maximize the efficiency of mapping from small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) by reducing – or

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Aibotix and Headwall Photonics Team on New UAV Hyperspectral Imager Solution

BERLIN, Germany, Oct. 6, 2014—Leica Geosystems, Aibotix and Headwall Photonics provide as of now an integrated high performance airborne sensor solution utilizing a hyperspectral imager and the Aibot X6 UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle). The Nano-Hyperspec sensor was optimized in terms of size, weight, and power to enable the aerial acquisition of all spectral and spatial

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Aibot X6 Uses Leica Nova MultiStation for Accurate Geospatial Data without GNSS

Heerbrugg, Switzerland/Kassel, Germany, Oct. 1, 2014—At this year’s INTERGEO in Berlin, Leica Geosystems and its sister company, Aibotix, will present a solution for accurate positioning of the Aibot X6 without GNSS. The UAV can be tracked accurately with the Leica Nova MultiStation to define the exact position.

Monday, September 29th, 2014

SenseFly Joins AgGateway Precision Ag Council

Swiss mini drone producer senseFly has joined AgGateway, becoming the first UAV manufacturer to join this non-profit consortium of businesses that serve the agriculture industry.

Monday, September 29th, 2014

Optech Launching New Survey Technologies at INTERGEO 2014

VAUGHAN, ON, Canada, Sept. 29, 2014 — Optech is pleased to announce that it will be showcasing game-changing technologies at this year’s INTERGEO Conference and Trade Fair for Geodesy in Berlin, Germany on October 7-9, and has several exciting new developments to share with visitors to booth D4.021 in Hall 4.1.

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

PrecisionHawk Raises $10 Million in Series B Financing

PrecisionHawk, an information delivery company that uses a small, lightweight UAV and cloud-based software to collect, process and analyze aerial data, today announced it has closed a Series B financing round of approximately $10 million led by New York City-based investor Millennium Technology Value Partners.

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Drones May Provide a Big Lift to Agriculture when FAA Allows Their Use

The big boom in unmanned aircraft may come from what’s known as precision agriculture — using high-tech systems to help farmers increase yields and cut costs. In recent years, consumer-quality drones that are cheaper and easier to fly have become commonplace, but Federal Aviation Administration rules have restricted their civilian use to recreation and research

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Hurricane-Proof Drones Are the Storm Chasers of Tomorrow

Current hurricane-hunting planes gather data on winds, pressure, precipitation and temperature, but they can’t fly below about 5,000 feet because of extreme turbulence. Dropsondes, small cylindrical sensors that can be dropped from a plane, only provide a few minutes’ worth of data before falling into the ocean. A new unmanned aerial vehicle, however, will go

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