Surveying & GIS
CX is a complete unmanned or autonomous system, that captures aerial data with downward-facing sensors, such as RBG or multispectral cameras, and LiDAR payloads. During a drone survey with an RGB camera, the ground is photographed several times from different angles, and each image is tagged with coordinates.
From this data, photogrammetry software with CX series drone can create geo-referenced orthogonal, elevation model or 3D model of the project area. These maps can also be used to extract information such as highly accurate distances or volumetric measurements.
Unlike manned aircraft or satellite imagery, CX drones can fly at a much lower altitude, making the generation of high-resolution, high-accuracy data, much faster, less expensive and independent of atmospheric conditions such as cloud cover.
Reduce field time and survey costs
Land Surveying / Cartography, Management & development
CX drones generate high-resolution orthomosaic and detailed 3D models of areas where low-quality, outdated or even no data, are available. They thus enable high-accuracy cadastral maps to be produced quickly and easily, even in complex or difficult to access environments. Surveyors can also extract features from the images, such as signs, curbs, road makers, fire hydrants, and drains. After post-processing with photogrammetry software, these same images can produce very detailed elevation models. Contour lines and break lines, as well 3D reconstructions of land sites or buildings.
Aerial images taken CX drone greatly accelerates and simplify topographic surveys for land management and planning. This holds true for site scouting, allotment planning and design, as well as final construction of roads, buildings and utilities. These images also provide the foundation for detailed models of site topography for pre-construction engineering studies. These generated data can also be transferred to any CAD or BIM software so that engineers can immediately start working from a 3D model.