Delair has confirmed that data collected by its UX11 UAS can now be incorporated with the Trimble Business Centre 5.0.
The high-precision PPK drone data will work with the software to streamline photogrammetry workflows for geospatial professionals.
According to Delair, the integration allows users to drag and drop Delair UX11 PPK data directly into Trimble Business Center projects and enables them to combine the flight data with other sensor data to create vivid orthomosaics and accurate surface models.
The collaboration builds on a long-standing relationship between the two companies that includes Delair’s acquisition of the Gatewing UAS business from Trimble in 2016.
Chase Fly, geospatial product manager at Delair, said: “We have a long and proven track record of working with Trimble and its comprehensive solutions for geospatial professionals.
“The integration of data from the Delair UX11, which has its roots within Trimble and the Trimble Business Center workflow, is a natural extension of our relationship, delivering the most complete and efficient UAS solution for mapping and survey customers,” he explained.
Since Delair’s acquisition of Gatewing, Delair has been a Trimble preferred provider of fixed-wing UAS solutions for geospatial and has had more than 70 mutual distributors worldwide.