Remote GeoSystems Adds DJI Inspire 1 UAV Support to LineVision Recording Software

By Mike Ball / 20 Aug 2015

Remote Geosystems LineVisionRemote GeoSystems, Inc., a developer of Geospatial Full Motion Video (FMV) recording solutions, has announced that it has added direct support for DJI’s Inspire 1 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in all LineVision Cloud, Server and Desktop Applications for HD & UltraHD video capture.

This new LineVision capability immediately offers tens of thousands of DJI Inspire 1 operators and pilots the ability to create and deliver interactive professional-grade video inspection and survey work products using some of the world’s most ubiquitous GIS & CAD software including the Esri ArcGIS Platform, Bing Maps, Google Earth & PLS-CADD.

DJI Inspire 1 users just need to enable .SRT file logging while recording video during flight. Post-flight, LineVision will allow users to load or upload the video and GPS track to a map.

As the video plays, a cursor moves along the GPS track on the map, constantly indicating where and when the current video view was captured based on GPS data logged during the mission.

Users can geographically navigate the video recordings by clicking any of the points along the GPS track on a map. The video then automatically advances or reverses to that point in the video so that analysts and subject matter experts can visually interpret what was recorded at that specific place and time.

In addition to FMV, LineVision features import/upload and “one-click” geo-referencing of nearly any kind of rich media including photos, audio and virtually any electronic documents or files (PDF, Microsoft Office, CAD files, etc.)

LineVision features flexible mapping options allowing users to incorporate and “stream” background maps and data layers from enterprise GIS and 3rd-party map service providers.

All these imported data types can be saved in a Remote GeoSystems .geoProject file for data portability and future analysis in LineVision software.

Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact