Wednesday, June 17, 2020

How to do mining mapping with drones effectively?

How to do mining mapping with drones effectively? 

Regardless of whether you're attempting to create cut/fill maps for an earthwork venture, measure the compaction rate on a landfill, review resources on a mine site, or do some other activity you can utilize rambles and photogrammetry for, gathering quality ramble information is similarly as significant as your UAV determination and ground control.

Inadequately caught automaton symbolism can mean backpedaling in the vicinity to do it once more—or more regrettable, making operational/security choices dependent on awful information and paying the cost down the line. The motivation behind this arrangement of articles is to arm you with the learning you should have the option to reliably catch sufficiently exact and clear automaton information, regardless of what testing territory or resource you are looked with. What we won't cover are the legalities of flying in your general vicinity, preflight agendas, or the nuts and bolts of flying an automaton.

The Substance of Photogrammetry It might sound somewhat dry and complex, however, it's critical to comprehend the nuts and bolts of photogrammetry, in light of the fact that it defines the manner in which we have to fly. On the off chance that you see a similar component from at least three known positions, you can triangulate the situation of that element in space. On the off chance that you do this with numerous highlights portraying a similar article, you can fasten them together to frame a 3D model of that item. This implies, for each flight: You need in any event three pictures of each point.1. You need regular highlights between pictures for them to be sewed together

The more mind-boggling the landscape or article, the more intricate information catch strategies will in general become. This arrangement of articles will begin basic and step by step get increasingly perplexing and more specific. Today, we'll center around how to get quality automaton information on the least demanding sort of landscape to catch with a UAV overview: a flat exposed earth site, for example, the accompanying. Generally, flat common earthwork destinations Stockyards New private rural areas Seashores and little sandhills Homesteads If your site is like any of these models, this article will cover most all that you have to know. On the off chance that not, at that point it ought to furnish you with a solid establishment of information to expand upon as more you work your way through the blog arrangement.

Step by step instructions to Plan Your Flight PCs are commonly greater at flying rambles than we are, so attempt to do as meager manual flying as conceivable when catching your information to keep the pictures steady and to spec. DJI GS Expert is an application that flies the automaton for you, to the specifications you give it. It's free and carries out its responsibility dependably well. All things considered, there are numerous other flight arranging applications accessible, so don't hesitate to utilize whichever one you feel most great with. There are two principal interesting points when arranging your flight: Cover. This affects the probability of building a total model, flight time, and1. preparing time. Elevation.This affects exactness, flight time, and preparation time.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019



Agriculture UAV innovation will give the agribusiness in INDIA a high-innovation makeover, with arranging and technique dependent on continuous information assembling and preparing. INDIAN automaton market gauges for UAV controlled arrangements in agribusiness at in excess of 300 cr. Subsequently making a different field of utilization of agriculture UAV. In the wake of counselling numerous individuals and start-up, I have discovered after employments and working with different people below are some of the use of agriculture UAV.

Soil and field investigation

Agriculture UAV produce exact 3D maps for early soil investigation valuable in arranging seed planting designs, they can be an instrument toward the beginning of the harvest cycle in the wake of planting agriculture UAV provide driven soil examination gives information to the water system and nitrogen-level contain.


Agriculture UAV shoot ball of seeds and plant supplements into the dirt, giving the plant every one of the supplements important to support life and grow. Many Beginning ups in INDIA have made agriculture UAV for planting seed that accomplish a take-up pace of 75 percent and decline planting costs by 85 percent and making contribution in green INDIA.

Crop spraying

Agriculture drone can filter the ground and shower the right measure of fluid, balancing good ways starting from the earliest stage splashing continuously for even inclusion. In this way, result expanded proficiency with a decrease of in the number of synthetics infiltrating into groundwater. Separation estimating hardware ultrasonic resounding and lasers, for example, those utilized in the light-discovery and running, or LiDAR, the technique empowers an automaton to modify height as the geology and topography change, and subsequently keep away from impacts. Henceforth specialists evaluated that elevated showering can be finished up to multiple times quicker with agriculture UAV than with the conventional machine

Crop monitoring

crop monitoring is difficulties and is weakened by logically unusual climate conditions, which drive hazard and field support costs. Be that as it may, satellite symbolism offered the most progressive type of checking. Tremendous fields and low proficiency in harvest observing together make cultivating's biggest deterrent yet there were drawbacks. Pictures must be requested ahead of time could be taken just once per day and were loose. Further administrations were very expensive and the nature of the pictures normally endured on specific days time-arrangement activities can demonstrate the exact advancement of harvest and uncover creation insufficiencies, empowering better crop the board.

Crop inspecting

Using agriculture UAV with hyperspectral, multispectral, or warm sensors can distinguish which parts of a field are dry or need upgrades. Also, when the yield is developing UAV permit the count of the vegetation list which portrays the relative thickness and soundness of the harvest and gives the warmth indication by utilizing RGB sensor to screen plant wellbeing.

Crop health evaluation

By utilizing agriculture UAV for examining a yield utilizing both obvious and close infrared light, UAV conveyed gadgets can distinguish which plants reflect various measures of green light and NIR light. This data can create multispectral pictures that track changes in plants and demonstrate their wellbeing. It's fundamental to assess crop wellbeing and spot bacterial or parasitic diseases on trees. A quick reaction can spare a whole manor. Likewise, when a disorder is found ranchers can apply and screen cures all the more decisively. These two conceivable outcomes increment a plant's capacity to conquer ailment And on account of yield disappointment rancher will most likely archive misfortunes all the more effectively for protection claims.

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Sunday, July 21, 2019


How to start a successful drone mapping business 

Satellite imagery is fairly cheap these days. But it may be
weeks or months old, and the image resolution is often too low
for detailed analysis of a specific site. And when it comes to
the other alternative of capturing images from manned aircraft,
drones often come out on top.
“Drones have a lot of advantages over manned aviation for
mapping,”  a cloud-based service that offers image processing
and analysis by subscription. “Drones are cheaper, quieter,
better for the environment, and they can fly lower, which means
you can get better end-quality on images


Using images to create accurate ground measurements, a process known as photogrammetry is a little more complicated than capturing a video with whatever camera you have on hand.

“ A mounted camera lens pointing straight down captures the perfect view of the ground directly beneath it. But the angles change the farther it gets from the center of the image, warping
measurements of the distances seen below. What you need is something like Google Earth. No matter where you are looking on a Google Earth image, it’s presented so you are always looking
straight down.

That’s because it is orthorectified — it has a constant scale, without changes in image perspective.
To do this, aerial photographers (manned or unmanned) fly back and forth over the terrain, taking hundreds or thousands of overlapping photos. These are stitched together into a single
image, known as an orthomosaic, which flattens the Earth and represents the true distances between ground points.

Software by companies such as DroneDeploy and Pix4D takes a series of photos as inputs, looks for points of overlap to align and outputs a single orthomosaic image. This process can take hours. Mapping software can also generate 2- and 3D models, as well as a “point cloud,” a series of 3D coordinates that allows for accurate measurements of distance and height. For surveyors and many other clients interested in aerial imagery, location really matters. To make sure images are as accurate
as possible, most practitioners use ground control points.


1)  Educate yourself: “You may be a great pilot, but you have to understand the basic
concepts of geodesy(the mathematical measurement of the earth) and geospatial
technology as well,” omkar says. Academic training isn’t essential, but the several-day workshop would be helpful. “Pix4D will spit outa product regardless of the quality of what you put in. And when you hand that to someone and they say, ‘This is 30 meters above what it should be,’ that’s not a good feeling.”

2)  Learn your market: “I spend a lot of time talking to companies, interviewing project managers, and finding out their needs,” omkar says. Someone said adds, “Customers need to know how aerial
data can be used, and understand the potential of drones. They aren’t a novelty— they are a way to
lower their overhead costs.”

3)  Abide by the law: “All this data that you are collecting is time- and date stamped notes. If the DGCA   comes in a few years and asks to see your flight logs and waivers, you could be facing some fines or more if you offer services illegally.

4)  It’s all about the overlap Getting proper image overlap is crucial. “The more points the software can tie together, the better your final result will be. I always recommend an absolute minimum of 75% overlap, and I usually go with 80%. That makes the mission longer, but the end result is usually
worth it.”

5)  Make sure your camera is dialed in: There is a process for calibrating your camera for
surveying, Learn the specifics for your camera and software, and that will make a
big difference.

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Saturday, June 29, 2019

DR.DRONE with Bebop pro Thermal by Parrot

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Bebop-Pro Thermal

Parrot has confirmed the addition of two quadcopters to its ‘professional’ fleet of craft. It’s unveiled the purpose-designed Bluegrass offering a bespoke quadcopter for agriculture users, along with the Bebop-Pro Thermal, an amended version of the Bebop 2 which is geared towards helping the construction industry and rescue services carry out thermal inspections in safety.

The Bebop-Pro Thermal was originally announced back in May and is a modified version of the Bebop 2, with a rear mounting for the 36.5g, FLIR One Pro thermal camera, with a built-in 1440 x 1080p RGB sensor and 160 x 120p thermal sensor. In addition to the drone and a decent bundle of the usual accessories – SkyController 2, three batteries, two chargers, and a backpack – the system comes with access to the FreeFlight Thermal app, which enables the FLIR One Pro to be used with three imaging modes.‘Standard’ mode displays thermal images from red to blue, allowing for quick identification of hot and cold spots; ‘Dynamic’ offers a similar function but adapted to the ambient temperatures; and ‘Hotspot’ is designed for fire safety and emergency search and rescue specialists, highlighting only the highest temperatures combined with the RGB image. Estimated thermal temperature readings for an area can be gained by accessing the app on your smart device – which is a free Android download, but only compatible with the Bebop-Pro Thermal.

Despite the additional weight of the FLIR camera and its housing, we’ve been assured
by Vanessa Loury at Parrot that “there is only a minor impact on flight time” with the
projected 25 minutes a little down on the 30 minutes offered by the recent Bebop 2 Power.
Vanessa also told us that Parrot has been collaborating with firefighters for several years and that during the 2016 summer floods in Paris, the French manufacturer’s drones were used by firefighters to survey the severity of the flooding in real-time, thanks to the live streaming functionality available on the craft. The information gathered then allowed for the quick decision to evacuate some 4,000
residents from the area. As well as being a useful and very portable tool for firefighters and other emergency services, the Bebop-Pro Thermal and its companion app also target the work of
architects, builders, real estate agencies and other professionals in related fields.

Launched at the same time was the Bluegrass, Parrot’s first quadcopter designed specifically
for use in the agricultural industry (not counting the fixed-wing Disco or eBee Ag models the company also owns). The craft comes equipped with two monitoring systems: a front-facing Full HD video camera and a Parrot Sequoia multispectral sensor, which allows for the collection of images over four distinct spectral bands. This combination enables users to carry out low level and precise monitoring of farmland and infrastructure, as well as spotting potential problems with crop fields. With a 25 minute flight time, it’s able to cover up to 30 hectares of land at an altitude of 230 feet (70m). The system also comes equipped with the Pix4Dcapture flight planning app for ease of operation, as well as access to the AIRINOV FIRST+ mapping and analysis platform for processing the collected data. Parrot’s move into agricultural quadcopters and they explained: “We wanted to design a drone capable of transporting a payload (the Parrot Sequoia multispectral solution) while offering the right flight time to fly over a needed are them to detect problem areas in all type of crops.” they also stated that the Bluegrass is able to fly at low altitude (and up to 2km or 1.2m), whereas its fixed-wing sibling, the Disco-Pro AG is able to cover larger areas whilst flying at higher altitudes. Although the Bluegrass appears to be a new design that is optimized for different tasks to the Disco, we’re told it does inherit a lot from Parrot’s fixed-wing projects. They say the new model “is designed around Parrot  C.H.U.C.K. (Control Hub & Universal Computer Kit), the advanced autopilot also included in our fixed wing drone Parrot Disco.” We were also told that Parrot’s experience with fixed wing systems, together with its ongoing interest in understanding how professionals work and the feedback they receive from them, has enabled it “to identify areas in professional activities where our drones – associated with a complete solution –
would be able to save time, perform better and generate more business.”
The Thermal package is priced at $1,500(£1,226) with the Bluegrass at $5,000 (£3,755).

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