Presentation on theme: "ALTM Orion Multi-Station Sensor Mount Features/Benefits Kinematic mounting system Rapid removal and re-installation of cameras without affecting boresight."— Presentation transcript:
ALTM Orion Multi-Station Sensor Mount Features/Benefits Kinematic mounting system Rapid removal and re-installation of cameras without affecting boresight accuracy Adapter Plate System Any combination of Optech cameras, camera shutter controllers and IMUs for maximum flexibility, scalability and configuration options Removable Vibration Dampening System Tuned for either aircraft or helicopter installations Quickly and easily detaches for rapid re-deployment of the sensor bed to alternative platforms, without affecting the system boresight accuracy. Add capability as required quickly and easily, without the hassles of further mount and aircraft modifications. Custom off-the-shelf sensor suites differentiate you from your competitors using scalable, tightly-integrated, peripheral sensor options via Optechs diverse camera product line.
ALTM Orion 2-Station Mount T-7200/4800/MS (1) centered to lidar FOV for small sensor portals T-7200/4800/MS (1) + external IMU T-7200 (1) + T-MS/4800 (1) D-8900 (1) + shutter controller box
Complete solutions for mission planning, sensor operation and XYZ point cloud generation (LAS format) Workflow
Real-time lidar data display (elevation/intensity/swath extents) Real-time lidar data stored to LAS; camera thumbnails stored to file for in-air review Photo frames projected to surface Multi-camera trigger by fixed geographic position and/or fixed time Automated digitizer trigger control and monitoring Layered diagnostics Spring 2012: All new Optech FMS
Wide area and corridor Active and passive sensor planning (dependent and independent) Independent flight line optimization Digitizer planning DEM planning (gap analysis, eye safety violations, etc.) Camera trigger by geographic fixed position and fixed time Photo index plots Optech FMS - Plan
Primary Software Objectives To develop a lidar rectification package that maximizes data accuracy for the entire mission and/or project using available lidar data redundancy Software that is fully automated and production-workflow oriented Ability to quantify relative and/or absolute accuracies in a variety of reporting formats for the entire mission and/or project To leverage the proprietary IP associated with Optechs optical models for maximum accuracy.
ArcGIS 10.1 Lidar Workshop Lidar in ArcGIS 10.1
User Expectations End Users and Decision Makers Lidar lives beyond project Information has to be: – Simple – Accessible – Timely Application and data integration is critical
User Expectations: Simple End Users and Decision Makers Single interface Zoom/Roam/Search Visualize data Perform analysis Discover relevant information
User Expectations: Accessible End Users and Decision Makers Accessible with other data Imagery Base Maps Operational Layers Internally within your organizations and online
User Expectations: Timely End Users and Decision Makers ArcGIS enables timeliness by Using server based on-the-fly processing Automated analysis and geoprocessing 2D and 3D visualization
The Lidar Workflow Collect and Integrate Manage Visualize and Analyze Share