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    UAV Pilots & Operators: Elevate Critical Infrastructure Security with Your Insights

    Hello UAV Pilots and Operators, Your expertise is essential to a study focused on UAVs and critical infrastructure security. Your insights can help shape the integration and strategic use of UAV technology. As a token of appreciation for your time, participants will have the chance to win...
  2. BMCG

    3D mapping, large area

    Hi all, I’ve been asked to quote for a 3D survey Please see the attached map grab. I’d be using my Mavic Zoom. Does anybody have any recommendations for work flow. as you can see I did a quick map using Maps Made Easy, which I’m guessing allows the drones to carry on where it leaves the last...
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    Hawkeye fixed-wing drone airframe & accessories $5000 AUD ono

    We are a professional provider of drone surveying services and currently have 2 x airframes for sale. These are well-built kevlar/composite airframes built by Hawkeye Systems in NZ. Set up for dual-camera SLR arrangement (to allow for multispectral surveys), or can operate with single camera...
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    Pix4D mapper pro -perpetual license

    I am just feeling for feedback here if my company decides to purchase a Trimble UX5HP with UAS Master for mapping. Due to the workflow, our exisiting licesnse of PIX4D isn't needed. Would anyone here be interested in purchasing this license from us? We have about 6months left of personal tech...
  5. Parker

    questions about the cut off point

    New to the industry of using UAVs for Commercial use. I've got a trial going of DroneDeploy, pretty sweet. I can export a KML file or a .las cloud point file (still learning about what those are). I can see this being delivered to the customer via Dropbox, downloadable file from my site or...
  6. Marketal

    Auto photo taking

    Hi, I'm trying to do take some vertical aerial photographs fit for GIS mapping. In the past (with a Phantom) I took a series of photo's manually whilst I flew the UAV in a box pattern. I'd stitch them together, and calibrate them with my GIS, and get a up to date map of the area in question...