Airborne Technologies - A Repeat Performance

 

Only satisfied customers are loyal customers. Airborne Technologies is very happy to announce the delivery of a second aircraft to its customer GISPRO. Based on the performance of the first platform, the successfully established polish company ordered a second Multi-Sensor Aircraft from Airborne Technologies within a few years. The recent project consisted of upgrading a Vulcanair P68 Observer into a leading-edge aerial surveying platform equipped with a modern workstation and 3 sensors in 3 hatches.

The conversion from a basic aircraft to a multi-sensor surveying platform required the following installations:

     •  A RIEGL VQ 780i Laserscanner in the rear hatch,
     •  An Ultracam Eagle Mark 3 Large Format Camera in the main hatch and a
     •  Hasselblad A6D RE Middle format camera in the middle hatch
     •  CCNS-5 flight guidance, positioning and sensor management system by IGI
     •  Airborne Technologies' modern tactical workstation

 According to Marta Sieczkiewicz, Director of Aerial Photogrammetry Departament of GISPRO Sp. z o.o., the aircraft is already in operation. “The main task of our new system is to provide high resolution RGB, NIR, RE images and LIDAR data intended for recording large areas and assessing the state of the environment and parametrising forest and agricultural areas. The target recipients of the proposed technology are state forest units, national parks, forests of other forms of ownership, farms, insurance companies, state and local administration". 

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Vulcanair P68 Observer Multisensor Integration
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Tactical Workstation

 

Cockpit with IGI CCNS-5 Flight Guidance Monitor
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Ultracam Eagle Mark 3 Large Format Camera
on a SOMAG GSM 4000 Stabilization Mount
 Main Hatch
   
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RIEGL VQ 780i Laserscanner Rear Hatch for RIEGL Laserscanner
   
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Hasselblad A6D in Middle Hatch
stabilized by SOMAG CSM 40
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