Trimble launches next-gen UAV

By on 18 June, 2013

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Trimble recently introduced its next generation Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)—the Trimble UX5 aerial imaging rover with the Trimble Access aerial imaging application.

The new solution builds upon the strengths of its predecessor, the Trimble Gatewing X100, to offer enhanced image quality and intuitive workflows, through the Trimble Business Center photogrammetry office software module.

Trimble’s UAS for photogrammetric aerial mapping allows surveyors and geospatial professionals to collect data with an unmanned aircraft for large projects. A wide variety of traditional surveying applications – such as topographic surveying, site & route planning, progress monitoring, volume calculations, disaster analysis – and as-builts in industries including surveying, oil & gas, mining, environmental services, and agriculture, can now benefit from aerial imaging by allowing professionals to safely collect large amounts of accurate data in a short time.

“With the recent introduction of the Trimble Business Center photogrammetry module, and now the Trimble UX5 and Trimble Access aerial imaging application, Trimble continues to pioneer the development of UAS photogrammetry data collection and integration for geospatial professionals,” said Erik Arvesen, vice president of Trimble’s Survey Division. “The complete solution represents a significant leap in efficiency, transforming traditional workflows with faster data collection, easier processing and enhanced deliverables.”

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