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Gary Mortimer
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Post by Gary Mortimer » Tue Apr 20, 2010 9:20 pm

Whos going make us a laser light enough to lift with enough range to be useful. Heres a roof inspection and very simple point cloud extracted from photosynth.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab0-bCr-Cmo[/youtube]

Then this is a snapshot from Meshlab

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So we need something weighing no more than 2kg and cheap!

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Re: Balintore

Post by janos » Fri Apr 30, 2010 2:48 pm

Which kind of UAV are you using? There are solutions, not cheap though.
What exactly is meant by "cheap"?

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Re: Balintore

Post by Sabreuav » Thu Feb 21, 2013 12:12 am

Gary Mortimer wrote:Whos going make us a laser light enough to lift with enough range to be useful. Heres a roof inspection and very simple point cloud extracted from photosynth.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab0-bCr-Cmo[/youtube]

Then this is a snapshot from Meshlab

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So we need something weighing no more than 2kg and cheap!
Sabre-uav.com

Our laser scanner we are developing weighs less than a kg with a range of 150 m scanning at 40khz, 60 lines a sec, 5cm accuracy, we anticipate a full working LIDAR to be around 5-6 kgs with all the kit imu, gps, rtk, ect and battery power. we are also developing our own multirotor platform to lift the system for 15mins. All comes under the 20kg all up weight in regards to flying rules and regs !

Regards sabre.

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