Working in point clouds is difficult for three main reasons. This article will help you avoid these common pitfalls and provide a few tips for successfully integrating point clouds into your drone surveying workflow.
Logan Campbell, Founder and CEO of Aerotas, spoke at the Pix4D User Conference 2019 in Denver, Colorado.
Logan discussed measuring and certifying survey-grade accuracy with the Phantom 4 RTK.
Aerotas provides human-in-the-loop data processing services to professional land surveyors and engineers throughout the United States. 800+ high-performing surveyors use Aerotas to process drone-collected data.
Disposable HiVis Ground Control Points (GCPs):
New hi-vis colors
New matte finish
Aerotas Linework has been evolving quickly. Many of you have seen the incremental and iterative improvements, while others have requested a more detailed specification document. We built a comprehensive product guide that outlines what features are identified by default, how features are marked, and a list of our CAD layers.
The newest version of our checklist is smaller, laminated, and designed to always stay with your drone kit. The checklist will be used along side a paper companion flight log that is now longer so that it can record information about more of your flights. The old checklist was a single piece of paper that combined both the checklist and the flight log; you used a single checklist for each flight. Now, one checklist can be used across multiple flights, and the flight log can hold more information.