Achieving High Accuracy with Mapping Drones

Experienced operators discuss what's achievable, what's necessary, and how it works

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In this webinar you will learn:

  • How absolute accuracy is achieved & what drone parameters affect this
  • What accuracies today’s operators really achieve in the field
  • What absolute accuracies are necessary for different types of project
  • The benefits & challenges of moving from GCPs to direct geo-referencing
  • The challenges of working in local vs. national coordinate systems
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Presenters

Jesper Falk

COWI A/S, Denmark

Jesper Falk is the Market Director at COWI and head of the European mapping leader’s Surveying and Inspection section. A highly experienced terrestrial and drone surveyor, Jesper was responsible for creating the company’s UAV division from scratch in 2011. Today this division is one of the largest UAV operators in Scandinavia, operating no fewer than 14 UAVs. In addition to Scandinavia, COWI also has UAV bases in Zambia and Qatar.

Christopher Rice

SolSpec LLC, USA

Chris is the UAS Solutions Manager at SolSpec LLC, and its parent company H2 Enterprises, of Keenesburg, Colorado. H2 provides land reclamation, construction, and custom seeding services to the energy, civil, and land development industries in 30 states. SolSpec LLC, being a technology division of H2, uses photogrammetric UAVs to map and model pre-construction, as-built, and long-term conditional assessments.

Francois Gervaix

senseFly, Switzerland

A qualified Geomatics Engineer, Francois has worked for Leica Geosystems and as a professor at the Technical University for Applied Sciences Western Switzerland. In 2010 he launched project R-Pod, Photogrammetry on Demand (www.r-pod.ch), before founding Easy2map (www.easy2map.ch), a drone service provider, in 2012. Francois joined senseFly in 2016, where he is the company’s product manager for surveying. He was also the President of the Swiss Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (www.sgpf.ch).

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