UAVOS has revealed it will be partnering with Polynesian Exploration to bring 3D mapping technology to its UVH-25EL drone.
Navigation company Polynesian Exploration are set to pair its Polyscanner aerial mapping system to the UVH-25EL in order to take advantage of the increased range, durability and performance of the drone and for applications such as long-distance 3D mapping.
Launched back in July 2017, the Polyscanner is an Aerial HD Mapping and Surveying system featuring either LiDAR, a global shutter camera or a duel frequency RTK GNSS/INS built for use in autonomous driving and HD mapping.
UAVOS works across a range of sectors including commercial, industrial and security, building unique unmanned technologies such as the UVH-25EL system and the High Altitude Pseudo-Satallite (HAPS) an autopilot solution allowing manned vehicles to be converted into unmanned.
UAVOS CEO, Aliaksei Stratsilatau, said: “We have been extending into UAV service market to meet its goal of offering state-of-the-art systems that are easy to use and offer excellent cost/performance value to our customers.”