TRIGIS uses flying drones in combination with high-resolution measuring cameras and heat image cameras.
The drone thus closes the gap between terrestrial surveying and aircraft supported aerophotogrammetry.
Survey and detailed photographs
The bird's eye view enables large-scale overviews allowing the recognition of existing structures, documents the ACTUAL status even for inaccessible locations, and delivers fast aerial maps and orthophotos.
Survey and detailed photographs (inspection, marketing, building documentation, surveying, etc.)
We evaluate acquired photographs photogrammetrically.
This requires the determination and evaluation of control points for the exact orientation of the photographs in a position and elevation reference system. Following this step, the pixels of the aerial photographs are exactly evaluated geometrically and transferred to the CAD system.
Orientation of the photographs
Control point identification
Derivation of high density point clouds
Generation of high-resolution orthophotos (measuring photos)
Generation of digital terrestrial models (DTM) and digital elevation models (DEM))
Generation of wire grid models (meshes))
Generation of 3D models
Derivation of position and elevation plans
Infrared images are ideally suited for the detection of hot spots on buildings, such as cold storage areas and storage depots, or for controlling solar collectors, transformers, etc.
Image flight planning and generation of infrared images
Evaluation of images and allocation of hot spots
Local identification of defective modules found in solar collectors
Identification of hot spots and cold spots on buildings and in the 3D model
The "Multirotor G4 Surveying Robot" hexacopter (manufacturer: service-drone.de GmbH) is used.
Max. flight weight: 5 kg
Max. flight time per battery: 20 minutes
Flight control, flight data log
Either a photographic (RGB), video or IR heat image camera is installed on the drone.
Flight planning services
Obtaining the required approvals
Image flight planning:
Definition of the flight region
Flight elevation and speed
Longitudinal and transverse coverage of the photographs