Especially prevalent at this year’s show, as they were last year, are the number of UAS. Of particular interest has been Trimble’s new release the ZX5 Multirotor UAS which has attracted lots of interest during its show demonstrations.
Designed to make working in tight spaces easy, the ZX5 captures and processes geo-referenced photo and video data for mapping, agriculture and inspection applications.
It is especially suited for mapping smaller sites, including facades, obstructed areas and construction sites and this is facilitated by its vertical takeoff and landing capabilities allowing users to work in tight places and obstructed environments where fixed-wing solutions are less suitable. It requires no launcher, is easy to assemble and includes everything needed to capture high-quality geo-referenced photos for aerial mapping and inspection applications.
It will be available from KOREC during the Autumn.
Read the full Trimble release here.