MicaSense Altum-PT

MicaSense Altum-PT

MicaSense Altum-PT

Multispectral and Thermal Camera

The Altum-PT is the best-in-class multispectral camera with synchronized thermal images applicable for production agriculture, phenotyping, and environmental monitoring.

The MicaSense Altum-PT captures synchronized multispectral, thermal, and panchromatic data for pixel-aligned outputs at incredibly high resolutions for advanced vegetation research applications.

These comprise plant health monitoring from early emergence and on, with thermal for water stress and irrigation system monitoring as well.

Qube 240 LiDAR

Altum-PT Sensor
Technical Specification

Sensor resolution 2064 x 1544 (3.2MP per MS band), 4112 x 3008 (12MP per PAN band)
320 × 256 thermal infrared
Spectral bands Blue (475 nm center, 32 nm bandwidth), Green (560 nm center, 27 nm bandwidth),
Red (668 nm center, 14 nm bandwidth), Red Edge (717 nm center, 12 nm bandwidth),
NIR 842 nm center, 57 nm bandwidth)
RGB color output 12.4 MP (global shutter, aligned with all bands)
Thermal FLIR LWIR thermal infrared 7.5-13.5um radiometrically calibrated
Multispectral GSD 5.28 cm per pixel at 120 m (per multispectral band)
Thermal GSD 33.5 cm per pixel at 120 m
Panchromatic GSD 2.49 cm per pixel at 120 m
Trigger interval 1 second
Interfaces 3 configurable GPIO: select from trigger input, PPS input, PPS output, and top
of frame signals. Host virtual button. USB 2.0 port for WiFi. Serial. 10/100/1000
Ethernet. CFexpress for storage
Field of view 50° HFOV x 38° VFOV (multispectral) 46° HFOV x 35° VFOV (panchromatic)
8° x 39° (thermal)
Storage CFexpress Card
Payload weight RTF 734 g
Flight time 60 min
Dimensions 11.0 x 8.0 x 6.9 cm (4.3 in x 3.1 in x 2.7 in
External power 7.0 V – 25.2 V
Power input 5.5/7.0/10W (standby, average, peak)

Sample Data Details

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight altitude:

60 m | 197 ft AGL

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight speed:

17 m/s
C3 Class Identification Label

GSD:

1,27 cm/px

MicaSense RedEdge-P

MicaSense RedEdge-P

MicaSense RedEdge-P

RGB and Multispectral Camera

The RedEdge-P is the ultimate premium solution for high res RGB and multispectral data applicable for agriculture, forestry, environmental monitoring and more.

The RedEdge-P is the premium multispectral sensor for general plant health monitoring plus plant counting, early weed detection and other tasks requiring machine learning. With pan-sharpening.

Qube 240 LiDAR

RedEdge-P Sensor
Technical Specification

Sensor resolution 1456 x 1088 (1.6MP per MS band), 2464 x 2056 (5.1MP panchromatic band)
Wave length Blue (475 nm center, 32 nm bandwidth), Green (560 nm center, 27 nm bandwidth),
Red (668 nm center, 14 nm bandwidth), RedEdge (717 nm center, 12 nm bandwidth),
near-IR (842 nm center, 57 nm bandwidth)
RGB Color output 5.1 MP (global shutter, aligned with all bands)*
GSD 7.7 cm per pixel (per MS band) at 120m (~400 ft) AGL 3.98 cm per pixel (panchromatic band) at 120m (~400 ft) AGL
Exposure Interval 0.8s
Interfaces 3 configurable GPIO / select from trigger input, PPS input, PPS output, and top of frame signals. Host virtual button. USB 2.0 port for WiFi. Serial. 10/100/1000 Ethernet. CF Express for storage
Field of view 50° HFOV x 38° VFOV (MS), 44° HFOV x 38° VFOV (PAN)
Storage CFexpress Card
Payload weight RTF 504 g
Dimensions 8.9 x 7.0 x 6.7 cm (3.5in x 2.8in x 2.6in)
External power 7.0 V – 25.2 V
Power input 5.5/7.0/10W (standby, average, peak)

*with appropriate post-processing

Sample Data Details

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight altitude:

120 m | 393 ft AGL
C3 Class Identification Label

Flight speed:

17 m/s
C3 Class Identification Label

GSD:

4,01 cm/px

Qube 240 LiDAR

Qube 240 LiDAR

Qube 240

LiDAR Scanner

The Qube 240 is a geomatics grade LiDAR providing essential information by generating an accurate point cloud of the processed environment through 240,000 distance measurements per second.

The Qube 240 produces outstanding absolute accuracy that is achieved with the help of the integrated Applanix APX15 INS. It generates precise, three-dimensional information about the shape of the earth and its surface characteristics.

This data is crucial for mine operators when calculating stock volumes, operators when calculating stock volumes, for energy companies when inspecting power lines, elevation models of ground under dense vegetation, or for feed biomass calculation. LiDAR technology allows for mapping infrastructure and surveying large areas also at night.

Qube 240 LiDAR

Qube 240
Technical Specification

Wavelength 905 mm
Maximum altitude 140 m AGL
Suggested altitude 100 m AGL
Precision 1.8 – 2.5 cm*
Accuracy < 3 cm**
Scanner field of view 70°
Shots per second 240,000
Point density @ 100 m 50 – 100 points/m²
Multi-echo technology up to 3 choes per shot
payload weight RTF 949 g
Flight time 60 minutes
  • Class 1 (Eye Safe)
  • Applanix POSPacTM UAV, GNSS and INS software for PPK (license for one year included)
  • YellowScan Cloudstation Software to generate survey grade LAS files (license must be bought separately)

 

* Precision, also called reproducibility or repeatability, accounts for the variation in successive measurements taken on the same target.
**Accuracy is the degree of conformity of a measured position to its actual (true) value.

Key Benefits of the Qube 240 LiDAR Payload:

Efficient, high-resolution, and perfectly aligned

A perfect match of high-resolution point clouds surveyed with 5 parallel runs at 100m altitude above ground. The result shows the perfect alignment of the separate runs with an extremely low level of noise. The Trinity F90+ was mapping an area of 50ha in about 10 minutes of flight time.

Cube 240 LIDAR Payload

Elevations surveyed without compromise

The elevation measured from 100m above ground. The excavator in the lower right corner is a good example to illustrate the resolution and precision of the Qube 240 LiDAR. The terrain, as well as buildings and vegetation such as trees, are also clearly visible.

Cube 240 LIDAR Payload

Automatic classification of ground points

The bench of the quarry pond in the lower part of the images is clearly shown. The Qube 240 with 3 echoes and 240.000 points per second provides a great penetration of the vegetation and therefore this LiDAR system is the right tool to survey terrain covered by trees and bushes.

Cube 240 LIDAR Payload

“Impressive is the point density, even under vegetation and the low noise of the data. The sample data we collected so far also contains several GCPs some of which were covered with snow or are on loose ground and were measured 2 years ago. Nevertheless, one can see the extremely high accuracy of the system.

The balanced representation of the intensity values of the point cloud is also striking. These values are in any case better than the intensity values of comparable or even more expensive systems, like Velodyne PUK32 systems.”

Martin Herkommer

Senior Sales Manager, Quantum-Systems GmbH

Sample Data Details

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight altitude:

80 m | 126 ft AGL

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight speed:

18 m/s

C3 Class Identification Label

GSD:

118 pts/sqm

Clearly visible terrain and building structures by day and night

Dense Qube 240 point cloud colorized by intensity values showing the reflectance of the terrain or ground objects. The brighter the color the more reflectance of the LiDAR beams by the terrain, vegetation, or urban structures. The photovoltaic panels on the rooftops are clearly visible. The intensity values are completely independent of sunlight. Thanks to the fact that the LiDAR technology is an active sensor, mapping infrastructure and surveying large areas is also possible at night.

 

Cube 240 LIDAR Payload

CAD reconstruction made easy

The point clouds captured by the Qube 240 are 100% survey grade and this example shows CAD reconstruction of buildings as used for 3D city models. Thanks also to our reseller ProgeaSky for their support in post-processing.

Oblique D2M

Oblique D2M

Oblique D2M

Five-lens RGB Camera

The Oblique D2M is a powerful oblique imaging system consisting of five high-resolution multidirectional cameras, making it the ideal tool for large scale 3D photogrammetry.

A fast trigger interval along with custom high-speed storage provides class-leading time efficiency without compromising data quality. The payload combines four oblique and one downward camera to capture complex geometries with ease.

This ensures remarkable detail even on slanted surfaces and makes Oblique D2M destined for 3D mesh generation of high-rise areas, industrial environments, archaeological sites and alike.

Qube 240 LiDAR

Oblique D2M
Technical Specification

GSD 1.50 cm @100m AGL
Cameras 1 x NADIR, 4 x oblique
Sensor resolution 26 MP (6252 x 4168 px)
Total resolution 130 MP
Sensor size 23.5 x 15.6 mm
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor format APS-C
Focal length 25 mm NADIR, 35 mm (oblique)
Trigger interval ≥ 0.8 s
Payload weight RTF 834 g
Flight time 60 minutes
Storage High speed data storage device (640 GB)

Sample Data Details

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight altitude:

120 m | 393 ft AGL
C3 Class Identification Label

Flight speed:

17 m/s
C3 Class Identification Label

GSD:

1,8 cm/px

Sony UMC-R10C

Sony UMC-R10C

Sony UMC-R10C

RGB Camera

The Sony UMC-R10C camera with 20.1 MP is used as an entry level RGB camera throughout the mapping industry.

This sensor is ideal for capturing high-quality images to create maps or 3D models. With its CMOS type image sensor the UMC-R10C delivers quality images even in low light conditions.

Qube 240 LiDAR

Camera integration done right – easily exchangeable and accessible

Sony UMC-R10C
Technical Specification

Sensor resolution 20.1 MP (5456 x 3632 px)
GSD 2.66 cm @100m AGL
Trigger interval 1.1 seconds
Pixel pitch 4.25 μm
Sensor size 23.2 x 15.4 mm
Sensor type CMOS
Sensor format APS-C
Lens f=16 mm, F2.8
Shutter type Focal plane
Paylaod weight RTF 429 g
Storage SD card (external slot)

 

Sample Data Details

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight altitude:

100 m | 328 ft AGL

C3 Class Identification Label

Flight speed:

17 m/s
C3 Class Identification Label

GSD:

2,66 cm/px

News

Get the latest updates about Quantum-Systems in our News-blog.

Webinars

Join our webinars.

Exhibitions

Visit us at trade fairs and experience our products.

Live Demos

Get to know us and our products personally - on our Live Demonstrations!

Support

We are there for you!

Training

We prepare you for your drone applications.

Replacement & Repair

Spare parts needed? We have everything covered!

About Quantum-Systems

Where do we come from? What drives us as a company? Who are the people behind the UAS?
Learn all about "Mission Quantum".

Our Partners

Together we can achieve more. That is why we work together with companies that strengthen our market position and offer added value to our customers.

Job offers

If you’re seeking passionate colleagues who are big thinkers, eager to take on fresh challenges as a team, then we’d love to welcome you to push the boundaries of drone technologies.