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Comparing Drone LiDAR Surveying Systems

Feature Article by Inertial Labs
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Inertial Labs has released an article comparing two different models from the company’s Remote Sensing Payload Instrument (RESEPI) family of LiDAR systems. RESEPI is a modular LiDAR scanning system for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) that allows users to select a number of components including the GNSS receiver and laser scanner.

Read the full article on Inertial Labs’ website here

The article includes:

  • A comparison of the two current INS (inertial navigation system) options for RESEPI
  • Specifications of the Livox Avia and Hesai XT-32 laser scanners
  • Comparisons of coverage and point density for the two scanners
  • Other factors to consider when comparing the two systems, including accuracy and precision, weight, cost, field of view, range and number of returns
  • Specific use cases for each model

To find out more about the benefits of Inertial Labs’ RESEPI family of LiDAR systems, read the full article here.

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