Modernized Onboard Automatic Photosystem for Manned Aircrafts
Modernized Onboard Automatic Photosystem for Manned Aircrafts.
APMA allows to obtain georeferenced images with the specified images overlapping, as well as orthomosaics and 3D models.
Systems helps the pilot to follow the route, displaying the current aircraft position, distance to the specified point, vertical and horizontal deviation from the route.
APMA can be installed on board of the following manned aircrafts:
The complex is equipped with the required fastening system.
System is equipped with ground control station with preinstalled Geoscan Planner software.
Program allows to perform preflight preparation, select the preferred surveying parameters, launch the UAV and select the landing point. During the flight task execution, the operator is provided with telemetry and information about the conditions of the UAV.
After the flight completion the received images can be downloaded to the program interface and any image of the flight along the route may be viewed.
The figure shows the location of optical axis of aerial photography cameras related to the axis of the aerial vehicle, where α is angle of deviation of axis of aerial photography camera 1 from aerial vehicle axis, β is angle of deviation of axis of aerial photography camera 2 from aerial vehicle axis, Py – side overlap equal to 30%, SАФА1 and SАФА2 – centers of projection.
The possibility of installation of APMA on manned aircraft (Robinson R44);
The system consists of 2 cameras Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1:
Universal payloads for geodetic surveying, mapping and monitoring tasks:
Open architecture allows to install photo- video- and infrared cameras with the georeference support.