Tron F9 Custom Payload Configuration
Survey Payload Compartment (SPC) – RGB Cameras
Sony RX1 RII
The Sony RX1 RII is a lightweight, fast focusing camera with a remarkable lens for collecting pictures with an excellent image quality. The details and the color rendition impress with exceptional quality. A 35 mm lens, a 42 MP full frame sensor satisfy even the highest demands (e.g. GSD: 1,3 cm at 100m flight altitude)
You need very high precision in your mapping tasks? This sensor will not disappoint you!
Payload example: LIDAR Integrationin 2017 Quantum-Systems started a cooperation with YellowScan in order to successfully integrate an airborne LiDAR system
This solution gives the Tron a full range of LiDAR capabilities and enhances the range of geospatial solutions for our customers.
YellowScan Surveyor & Surveryor Ultra
|Yellowscan Surveyor||Yellowscan Surveyor Ultra|
|Precision||4 cm||5 cm|
|Typical operating altitude||10 - 80 m||10 - 120 m|
|Accuracy||5 cm||10 cm|
|Weight (Battery included)||1.6 Kg||1.7 Kg|
|Power Consumption||15 W||19 W|
|Autonomy||2 hours typ.||1.2 hours typ.|
|Communication||220 Channels GNSS: GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, RTK and PPK mode available|
|Dimensions (cm)||L 10 x W 15 x H 14||L 11,6 x W 15 x H 14|
|pdf Download||Download Flyer||Download Flyer|
The key features are:
- Fast and accurate data collection / night and day
- Corridor mapping with true 160° field of View
- Digital Terrain models below Trees and Forest
- Higher point cloud density and accuracy
- Full integration with other mobile and terrestrial LiDAR data
- More options related to data collection altitude, speed and coverage
- Faster and flexible turnaround of airborne LiDAR for project applications
With the addition of the state-of-the-art YellowScan Surveyor and Surveyor Ultra airborne LiDAR system to our payload capabilities, the combination of three different modes of survey data collection offers a full range of survey payload compartments and enhances the ability to provide complete geospatial solutions.
The union of photogrammetric cameras, multispectral sensors and airborne LIDAR offers a powerful set of tools ready to use!