mdLiDAR3000 MiniVux 2

mdLiDAR3000 MiniVux 2

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THE COMPLETE PACKAGE TO ADD UNMANNED AERIAL LiDAR TO YOUR GEOMATICS SERVICES

The mdLiDAR3000 aaS uses the lifting power, resilience and efficiency of the Microdrones aircraft platform to carry a perfectly integrated Riegl miniVUX‑2UAV and a Sony RX1R II camera. The result? You can quickly acquire high density and accurate LiDAR data in the field and efficiently turn it into a 3D colorized pointcloud back at the office or on your laptop.


mdLiDAR3000 aaS (EQUIPPED WITH RIEGL miniVUX‑2UAV) TECHNICAL SPECS:

SOLUTION COMPONENTS:

Platform

md4-3000

Payload

  • LiDAR Sensor: Riegl miniVUX‑2UAV
  • Camera: Sony RX1R II
  • Georeferencing: Trimble APX-20 UAV DG

Software

  • mdCockpit
  • mdInfinity
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

Solution Take off Weight (TOW):

14823 g

System Operation Temperature:

-10 °C up to 50 °C

System Accuracy

  • LiDAR Pointcloud
    • Horizontal: 1 – 3 cm
    • Vertical: 1 – 3 cm
  • Photogrammetry:
    • Horizontal: 1 – 2 pixels
    • Vertical: 3 – 4 pixels
Flight Altitude AGL (1) (m/ft) 40/130 60/195 80/260
Speed (m/s) Average Point Density in pts/m2 (2)
3 320 213 160
4 240 160 120
5 192 128 96
6 160 106 80
GSD (mm) 5.3 8 10.6
Swath width (m/ft) at 56° FOV 45/148 65/213 85/279
Swath width (m/ft) at 80° FOV 70/230 100/328 135/443
Number of Laser Returns 5 5 5
Example of a 20-Minute Flight (minutes)(3)
Area Coverage at 20% Overlap (hectare/acres)(4) 18/44.5 26/64 34/84
Area Coverage at 50% Overlap (hectare/acres)(4) 11/27 17/42 21/52

(1) Flight Altitude Above Ground Level (AGL)
(2) Average Point density with a 30% overlap
(3) An example of a 20-minute flight under standard flight conditions
(4) Area coverage is computed for an example of a 20-minute survey (3 minutes for take-off and landing) at a drone speed of 5 m/s at 56° Field of View (FOV)