PPK for UAV Photogrammetry
THE optimal workflow to reduce GCP and maximize ROI – featuring DJI Phantom 4 RTK
Join SBG Systems on July 1st as they announce new features dedicated to UAV photogrammetry for its popular INS/GNSS PPK software called Qinertia.
The webinar will explain how Qinertia can dramatically reduce GCP need and maximize ROI with an optimal workflow demonstrated with a DJI Phantom 4 RTK.
It will be presented by Raphaël Siryani, Chief Software Architect and Co-Founder of SBG Systems.
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- How precise image geotagging is becoming a standard for UAV photogrammetry jobs: quality assessment with DJI Phantom 4 RTK data
- Why PPK is the best choice for photogrammetry jobs?
- Discover the ideal workflow with Qinertia and PIX4D through a live demo
This webinar is free to attend, but registration is required prior the event.
Even if you cannot join the live webinar, you can register to automatically receive the recording afterward.
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What is Qinertia Post-processing for UAV Photogrammetry?
Who said Post-processing needed to be complicated? Qinertia is the easiest, fastest, full-featured post-processing software highly appreciated by geospatial professionals for its modern and intuitive interface.
After the mission, Qinertia gives access to RTK corrections from more than 7,000 base stations to deliver centimeter level accuracy to all your projects. Trajectory and orientation are greatly improved by post processing GNSS and IMU data in forward and backward directions. Qinertia offers the best GNSS/INS PPK solution available on the market with outstanding accuracy, reliability, advanced QC indicators, and a modern API.
As an open software, Qinertia is compatible with all survey grade GNSS receivers, as well as several Inertial Measurements Units (IMU). Qinertia pricing has been tailored to meet UAV specific needs with dedicated editions. Integrators will appreciate the fully documented and modern Command Line Interface to enable fully automated workflows.
New features dedicated to photogrammetry, such as image geotagging and specific outputs, are to be announced during the webinar.