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We are delighted to be part of the senseFly stand at the forthcoming PLANTWORX show being held at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicestershire starting on the 6th June. senseFly’s range of drones offer the perfect solution to plan, monitor, audit and report on construction sites. Be a part of the largest live construction event in the UK and see senseFly and KOREC at booth F14.
Attend this industry leading event and register for your FREE ticket.
PLANTWORX will feature live construction applications and working machinery.
Read the latest case study by senseFly where they interview Aidan O’Connor, the Managing Director of ASM Ireland, which is one of the country’s most knowledgeable commercial drone operators, with particularly extensive experience in the field of quarrying surveying. Waypoint caught up with Aidan to blast through the benefits of using drones over terrestrial instruments and to drill down into the different ways drone data can benefit quarry operators. .
We are delighted to announce the latest addition to our senseFly eBee portfolio, the eBee Plus.
Offering aerial efficiency and photogrammetric accuracy, the eBee Plus can map more square kilometres per flight, than any drone in its weight class, allowing you to maximise your efficiency and plan projects with confidence. It also comes with some useful new features:
Complete jobs faster – the eBee Plus has a flight time of 59 minutes, whichever camera you fly, at virtually any altitude, in varying wind conditions and even with a well-used battery on-board.
Achieve even higher quality aerial images – the eBee Plus offers a camera to suit every application, including the senseFly S.O.D.A. (supplied), the first camera designed for photogrammetric drone mapping.
Be prepared for every job spec – the eBee Plus features High Precision on Demand (HPoD) thanks to its built-in RTK/PPK functionality. You can activate this whenever it suits your business—right out of the box, or later.
Flying is even easier – better planning and control of your flight missions using senseFly’s new eMotion 3 senseFly’s flight & data management software.
Call your KOREC mapping or geospatial consultant for full details.
KOREC, Trimble’s UK distributor, is delighted to announce that Geocurve Ltd, specialist surveyors and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) operators, have taken delivery of the first Trimble UX5 HP aerial mapping system in England. The UX5 HP will complement Essex-based Geocurve’s existing portfolio of almost a dozen fixed-wing and multi-rotor UAVs, operated by their team of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) accredited pilots.
Geocurve has been involved in several high profile projects in the environmental, quarrying and construction sectors. With its expanding customer base and increased work load, Geocurve has selected the Trimble UX5 HP for its advanced specification and robust weather-resistance.
Designed to capture the highest image accuracy for survey applications, the UX5 HP integrates a high-performance Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver and a new Sony a7R 36MP high-resolution camera. The camera, in combination with the GNSS receiver, delivers exceptional levels of image accuracy – orthomosaic resolution down to 1 cm and 3D models with up to 1,000 pts/m2. Post-processed kinematic (PPK) GNSS technology is used to establish image locations in absolute coordinate systems, eliminating the need, in many cases, for separate ground controls and greatly increasing flexibility of operation.
The UX5 HP will also enable Geocurve to continue working in wind speeds of up to 55 km/h and in light rain, making it ideal for use in conditions where many other fixed wing UAVs might struggle to operate.
Use of the UX5 HP will be overseen by Geocurve’s Director of Engineering & Survey Services, Gary Nel, and Director of Unmanned Services, Perran Bonner.
Gary Nel said “As our customer base expands, we need to be even better prepared to deliver high quality, timely, comprehensive data. Thanks to its ability to remain stable in winds of up to 55km/hr and its 15mm wide angle lens option for increased flight coverage, we estimate that the UX5 HP will double our productivity, particularly when used in conjunction with our CAA Extended Line of Sight Permissions. The integrated GNSS not only saves us time by eliminating the need for separate ground controls, but also eliminates the risks associated with laying these points in dangerous environments such as quarries. Geocurve was one of the first companies in England to operate a fixed wing UAV commercially, the first to be granted CAA Congested Area Permissions and now we are delighted to be the first to take delivery of a KOREC supplied Trimble UX5 HP.”
senseFly recently released their latest version of the ground breaking eBee – the senseFly eBee Ag. This UAV is tailored and designed to be used by Agricultural professionals in a number of applications.
It can be used for leaf area indexing, plant counting, indicating biomass, monitoring yield and many more applications. The eBee Ag has a wide range of customised camera options to suit these different applications. The basic model is supplied with a Canon S110 NIR camera; it provides Green, Red and NIR data. NIR data is used by indices such as NDVI to assess plant concentration and health. You can also choose from the S110 RE (red edge) version, a S110 RGB, or the ultra-precise four-band Airinov multiSPEC 4C.
Thanks to the eBee’s artificial intelligence and robust lightweight construction, it is durable enough to survive numerous flights (and landings). It is supplied as standard with two advanced software packages: eMotion 2 for flight planning and control; and Postflight Terra 3D photogrammetry software for post-flight image processing and analysis.
KOREC offers an extensive UAV portfolio including the new Trimble UX5, Trimble Gatewing X100 and SenseFly eBee fixed wing options as well as the Aibot X6 hexacopter especially suitable for inspection work, sporting events etc.
If you’d like to see our UAV’s in action, we offer two options:
Register for one of our dedicated UAV demonstration days that run regularly throughout the country. These local events are free of charge and typically include the chance to see the complete KOREC portfolio of UAVs flying (subject to weather conditions), product presentations, lunch, advice on processing data and the chance to speak to our technical team.
Book a bespoke UAV evaluation day designed around your specific requirements. We will come to a site of your choice, run our UAV evaluation to suit your particular needs, then provide you with all the data collected on the day. The cost for this service, includingthe delivery of data, is £1500. Should you later purchase a system we will credit you £500.
In September we can also offer an additional option. The KOREC ‘Know How’ nationwide roadshows will be running throughout the month and will feature UAV demonstrations.
For further information, please call your KOREC Mapping Consultant.
KOREC is delighted to announce a series of nationwide Technology Roadshows with the theme ‘Data – it’s the Future’.
With a strong emphasis on how geospatial professionals can differentiate themselves, diversify and offer value added deliverables, each roadshow will include the latest technology updates on a full range of KOREC geospatial solutions, from 3D laser scanning and monitoring to digital data capture and imaging. The handling of the different data formats generated by these solutions will be a key topic.
The days will also include UAV demonstrations (excluding the Maidstone location and subject to weather conditions) and the chance to spend extended time in themed demonstration areas talking to KOREC Consultants.
The events will run at a range of prestigious locations throughout the UK – Newcastle (Matfen Hall Hotel Golf & Spa) September 11th, Derby (Breadsall Priory) September 12th, Cardiff (New House Country Hotel) September 17th, Oxford (Heythrop House) September 18th and Maidstone (Leeds Castle) September 19th .
All of the KOREC Technology Roadshows include lunch and are free of charge. Registration is at www.korecknowhow.com
The complete KOREC portfolio of UAVs will be on display (subject to weather conditions!). This will include demonstrations of the SenseFly’s eBee, the Aibotix Aibot X6 hexacopter and Trimble’s Gatewing x100.
There will also be informative presentations, advice on processing data and the chance to speak to our technical team. The day is free to attend and includes lunch and refreshments.
If you can’t make the full day then feel free to register and drop in for as long as you can.
09:30 – 10:00 Welcome & Refreshments
10:00 – 11:00 UAV presentation and Health & Safety briefing
11:00 – 11:15 Walk from indoor presentation area to the outdoor demonstration area
11:15 – 13:15 UAV demonstrations – Aibotix X6, Sensefly eBee and Gatewing X100
13.15 – 13.30 Return to indoor area
13:30 – 14:30 Lunch and networking
14:30 – 15:30 Processing of the UAV data
15:30 – 16:00 Your chance to speak to our Technical team
If you need to cancel, please call us on 0845 603 1214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The complete KOREC portfolio of UAVs will be on display (subject to weather conditions!), which includes SenseFly’s eBee, the Aibot X6 hexacopter and Trimble’s Gatewing x100.
There will also be informative presentations, advice on processing data and the chance to speak to our technical team
The day is free to attend and includes lunch.
If you don’t have time to attend the full, that doesn’t matter, you can still register and drop in for as long as you can – all we ask is that you register so we can cater for numbers.about your particular requirements and applications.
09:30 – 10:00 – Refreshments
10:00 – 11:00 – UAV presentation and Health & Safety brief.
11:00 – 11:30 – Transport to site for demonstration and set up of the UAV’s.
11:30 – 13:30 – UAV demonstrations – Aibotix X6, Sensefly eBee and Gatewing X100. Transport back to office.
13:30 – 14:30 – Lunch and networking.
14:30 – 15:30 – Processing of the data
15:30 – 16:00 – Your chance to speak to our Technical team
16:00 – Close
If you need to cancel, please call us on 0845 603 1214 or email email@example.com
Martyn Palmer’s latest column in our GeoConnexion series aimed at dispelling the myths around digital data capture is out now! In the May/June issue, Martyn puts paid to the myth “UAVs: just toys for the boys?
The full column can be read on-line at http://www.geoconnexion.com/publications/geo-uk/issue/may-june-2013-uk-issue/page/modern-surveying
KOREC is delighted to announce the dates and venues for three KNOW HOW Technology Days in the UK and Ireland. The UK day will be held at Aintree Racecourse in Merseyside on Wednesday 15th May and the Ireland days at Carton House Hotel in Maynooth, west of Dublin on Thursday 23rd May and at the Stormont Hotel in Belfast on Tuesday 28th May.
The theme of these days is ‘Data – The Future’ and will examine new trends in data collection, data handling and data analysis. On the data collection side, there will be a strong focus on Trimble’s MX8 mobile spatial imaging system and the KOREC portfolio of UAVs as well as the latest mapping and survey releases. On the handling and analysis side, the focus will be on how attendees can make the latest software developments work for their business.
Each of the days will see KOREC joined by Trimble technical experts, guest speakers and KOREC partners who will participate in Q & A sessions as well as providing updates on new technology for surveyors, engineers and GIS and geospatial professionals.
The days will also include two breakout ‘Get the KNOW HOW’ sessions to ensure that delegates have the time and opportunity to discuss all the featured technology and the opportunity to get hands-on with the Trimble MX8 mobile spatial imaging system and KOREC UAV portfolio.
The KOREC Technology Days are all-day events and free of charge. Delegates can find out more and register their place at www.korecknowhow.com.
GIS and GPS have become vital tools for foresters to manage anything from infrastructure, to harvesting, disease monitoring and maintenance to name but a few. Forestry and Timber News (the member’s magazine for Confor) will be using its April and June issues to look at some of the survey/mapping equipment that’s making an impact on the industry. The June issue will feature a KOREC written article on GPS and UAV’s using Northern Ireland’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development’s (DARD) Forest Service as a useful example of how this technology can be made to deliver.
KOREC is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Digital Past event. This two day conference will be held on the 20th and 21st of February and will showcase innovative digital technologies for data capture, interpretation and dissemination of heritage sites and artefacts.
In its fifth year, Digital Past 2013 is being held at the Shire Hall in the town of Monmouth, South Wales. There will be a combination of seminars, hands-on workshops and demonstrations to investigate the latest technical survey and interpretation techniques and their practical application in heritage interpretation, education and conservation.
KOREC consultants specialising in Survey and Mapping will be on hand to exhibit the latest in UAV technology, GIS data collection, survey equipment and laser scanning. Peter Holland, KOREC’s Mapping Sales Consultant for the south west will also be presenting a workshop on UAVs. He will discuss the different types of unmanned aerial vehicles available and how they can be used for archaeological mapping surveys. The Aibotix Aibot X6 will also be displayed on the stand during the two days, giving guests the chance to get hands on with the UAV that was featured on the gadget show last year.
To find out more details and to register, please click here www.rcahmw.gov.uk.
The latest issue of our mapping newsletter, Sub-dio is now on-line.
■ UAVs – Prepare for Take Off!
■ New from Trimble – The Juno 5 Series and Geo 5
■ Hints and Tips
■ Meet our expanded Mapping Team
If you would like a hard copy of any newsletters, please let us know
At the start of December the London Mapping Festival held their 2012 Showcase at the home of cricket; Lord’s in London. The show is the UK’s largest, free to attend exhibition for the mapping and surveying community. The prestigious venue saw over 450 attendees, 48 exhibiting organisations and a full schedule of keynotes and master class presentations.
We were joined on our stand by partners from the UAV world; Gatewing and SenseFly. Both brought their unmanned aerial vehicles which received a lot of attention from guests. SenseFly displayed the brand new eBee, the successor to the Swinglet CAM which is to be released early 2013. While Gatewing had their flagship product the X100 .
Martyn Palmer and Abby Hunt from KOREC demonstrated the newly released Trimble Handhelds. The Juno 5 and GeoExplorer 5 were available to let attendees get hands on with. Visitors to the stand also had the opportunity to discuss Trimble’s data collection software and land mobile mapping products such as the Trimble MX8 Geospatial System.
KOREC Mapping Consultant Martyn Palmer also joined the line-up of master classes during the day. His presentation was an interesting insight into the UAV options available in today’s mapping market such as the one’s distributed by KOREC, the Aibot X6, the SenseFly Swinglet CAM and eBee and the Gatewing X100.
Trimble has a history of releasing new products at Intergeo and this year’s Hanover show was no exception!
The Trimble R10 is the smallest and lightest receiver in its class combining groundbreaking technologies including Trimble HD-GNSS, Trimble SurePoint™, Trimble 360, and Trimble xFill™
With the introduction of the Trimble R10, Trimble also released new versions of its field and office software — Trimble Access 2012.20 and Trimble Business Center 2.80 to extend Trimble’s Connected Site® survey solution. This powerful solution enables surveyors to collect and process reliable data more efficiently.
The Trimble TX5 3D laser scanner is a versatile and cost-effective 3D scanning solution for a broad variety of scanning applications. Portable and lightweight, it has intuitive and easy to use onboard interface allowing new users to quickly get up to speed.
Trimble also announced an update to the Trimble RealWorks software.This offers improved data management, streamlined registration tools and support for data from the Trimble TX5 3D laser scanner, via the SCENE software.
Inpho Software for UAV’s and Aerial LiDAR Data Production
The latest version of Inpho, 5.5, introduces new techniques specifically designed to manage UAV image characteristics, tackling challenges with camera calibration and image quality. UAV users will gain access to the high-quality photogrammetric processing that Inpho has offered within aerial survey for more than three decades.
Trimble Delivers Land Mobile Mapping and Survey Data Analysis Powered by eCognition
Trimble also launched new versions of its eCognition image analysis software and Trident Analyst office software. The release brings powerful geospatial analysis technology developed for remote sensing into the land mobile mapping and survey domain.
Spectra Precision GL612 and GL622 Grade Lasers
The GL612 is a single grade laser and the GL622 is a dual grade laser. Both are rugged, automatic self-levelling lasers featuring grade capability of ± 25 percent and can be used in a wide variety of grading, excavating and alignment applications by general and specialty contractors.
The GL612 and GL622 include full-function radio remote control with a 100m range and an intuitive back-lit graphic display. Each laser package also includes the advanced HL750 Laserometer that provides a digital readout of elevation and can be used at an operating diameter of up to 800 meters (2,600 feet). Wireless communication between the HL750 Laserometer and the transmitters provide automatic Grade Matching which allows measurement of unknown grade values between two points. For applications that require maximum stability and accuracy, PlaneLok is available in both the horizontal and vertical planes. PlaneLok automatically locks the beam on the receiver and keeps it on grade. This reduces typical environmental factors that may induce an error. In addition, the HL750 Laserometer can communicate with another HL750 for long-range wireless remote display and monitoring.
This year will see our first ever event solely dedicated to the Rail industry. The event will be held on the 27th of September at the Rail Alliance headquarters in Long Marston. The site is equipped with fully functioning tracks which will give guests the opportunity to get ‘hands-on’ with equipment and also allow KOREC technical experts to demonstrate rail solutions in a life-like environment.
Recent government investment in the UK’s rail industry which aims to accelerate business innovation and growth will help to support the development of new technologies. One such innovation that delegates will get to see is the Trimble GEDO Vorsys system which has now been approved for use by Network Rail. There will also be machine control demonstrations, showing its speed, accuracy and relevance to the rail industry.
In addition, there will also be live demonstrations of the SenseFly Swinglet CAM whilst delegates will also have the chance for a close look at the Aibotix Aibot X6. Both products have different capabilities and strengths and both can be applied to the rail industry.
The event has been designed to give customers a chance to see how KOREC products can be utilised throughout all stages of a rail construction project.
Attendance is free and will include food and refreshments, registration can be accessed via www.korecknowhow.com Places are however limited so book early to ensure you don’t miss out.
Channel 4’s the Time Team is back for a new series.
In previous years it has proved the perfect showcase for the introduction of Trimble instruments to a main stream audience…and now it will be introducing UAV technology as well in the form of SenseFly’s Swinglet CAM.
KOREC’s Rob Hudson was quick to draw the Swinglet CAM to the attention of John Gater, head of the series’ Geophysics team and consequently yesterday saw Martyn Palmer on site with the Time Team in North London helping them out with some aerial photography. Martyn reports that despite some strong winds, the Swinglet performed well and Tony Robinson even found time for a photo!
Few surveyors can be unaware of Sensefly’s Swinglet CAM. This UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) has recently seen heavy coverage in the industry’s press including a recent showing as one of RICS’s Mark Harris’ top ten gadgets for surveyors. It’s also up for several awards following its successful trial by Costain on the M1 improvement project. But what’s the reality behind the hype, who is buying the Swinglet CAM and how is it being used?
Our Swinglet CAM expert, Brock Ryder, fills in the gaps.
“We’ve long had a gap between the traditional surveying and mapping methods used on site and the option to use aerial imagery instead. The latter was only really an alternative on very large projects where the costs accrued through the hire of an aeroplane or helicopter were not an issue. On smaller sites, up to and around the 1 km squared, the option of aerial imagery was simply not viable. However, with the Swinglet CAM, we now have a solution that allows for any project, no matter how small, to benefit from the fast and efficient acquisition of aerial imagery.
Launched in February 2010, the Swinglet CAM is a safe, easy to use flying camera which takes high resolution images based on user defined GPS waypoints. It weighs less than 500g, has a wingspan of just 80cm and can be launched by hand and land autonomously on any surface.
But how does this work in practice? The Northern Ireland Forest Service is a perfect example. Recently a fire swept through a 95 hectare area of one of their forests and the Service urgently needed to determine the percentage of forest lost to the blaze. Traditionally this survey would have been undertaken in the field with GPS units. Each line of the forest would have been surveyed manually to determine where the burn line was and estimates then based on this information – a process which would have taken up to 2 weeks in total. Instead, the Service decided to utilise the Swinglet CAM and consequently completed the aerial mission in just 28 minutes cutting site time down to roughly an hour. All the imagery taken by the Swinglet CAM was then uploaded to the automated image processing system and, within hours, the imagery was stitched together and outputted for GIS. This was put into their GIS system and calculations were done and handed to management within 24 hours showing that 25% of the forest had been destroyed.
This is a great example of the efficiency that can be achieved through the adoption of this technology. Additionally, the affordable unit cost of the Swinglet CAM ensured that it was a viable purchase for the Service and also eliminated the inconvenience of contracting third party operators. As owners of a Swinglet CAM, the Service can now resurvey any of its sites, at any time, without incurring additional charges. The cost savings on this job alone covered the purchase of the unit and they have since purchased a second one.
The other major advantage of this system is that it also produces DEM (digital elevation model) modelling to 10cm simply by flying the site. So not only do we get accurate aerial imagery, but also a level survey. With regards to surveying quarries, landfills and other challenging sites, the benefits are massive. A quarry, for example, is a very dangerous location to survey with active machinery, cliff faces etc. all posing dangers. Using the Swinglet CAM, we can now complete a full survey of a quarry without setting a foot onsite! The potential for this technology is considerable as health and safety is a critical issue and the Swinglet CAM ensures that the surveyor is remote from any hazards. One Swinglet CAM users is also assessing its viability for surveying busy road junctions.
Surveyors now have a tool that can deliver aerial imagery for any sector at a cost effective price. The benefits are huge. Anyone can now create their own aerial imagery without the technical know-how or costs that photogrammetry traditionally demanded. It is this accessibility that makes the Swinglet CAM an option for so many different sectors; farmers, journalists, emergency services, real estates….. the list is endless.”
Don’t forget to view our Swinglet CAM video made in conjunction with Costain
KOREC is delighted to announce that, as a member of the Rail Alliance, it has taken a double stand at the Rail Alliance’s MacroRail 2011 event.
The event will be held on September 16th at the Alliance’s Long Marston HQ, near Stratford-upon-Avon, which will play host to the 50+ member exhibitors. The event site also features an extensive length of track and outdoor area for demonstrations.
As specialists in the provision of construction, mapping, machine control and rail survey solutions for the Rail Industry, the KOREC team will be on hand throughout the day answering questions on the complete KOREC rail portfolio. On the stand will be a Trimble R8 GNSS, a range of Trimble’s GPS mapping and data collection systems for vegetation control, asset management etc. and also Trimble’s optical and GPS Site Positioning Systems.
KOREC will be running a series of demonstrations during the day:
The Trimble GEDO CE TMD System – a multi-function highly accurate track measuring device along with field and office software that is approved for use by Network Rail on all its infrastructure
GEDO Vorsys System – a user friendly system featuring two track measurement devices to speed up the measuring process when used in conjunction with a tamper
Sensefly swingletCAM – an unmanned flying camera for aerial mapping projects that can be launched by hand and weighs less than 500g making it ideal for route planning and checking track-side vegetation etc.
The event is free-to-attend for exhibitor and visitor alike with all exhibitors being members of the Rail Alliance and all visitors registering their intent to attend MacroRail 2011 with either one of the exhibitors or the Rail Alliance itself.
For further details on attending, please contact KOREC or call 0845 603 1214
The swinglet CAM is a lightweight unmanned air vehicle (UAV) with a high resolution digital camera onboard for aerial photography & DTM modelling. It weighs 500grams, can cover a distance of 20km and doesn’t require a pilot’s license!
You can apply the swinglet to a variety of Aerial photography or DTM modelling jobs – surveying, construction/infrastructure monitoring, forestry, archaeology, agricultural, wildlife monitoring, security, mapping or environmental projects, not to forget the obvious – your own aerial imagery.
You can now view the latest in the KOREC KNOW HOW Webinar series and hear from KOREC’s Mapping Sales Consultants Andrew Blogg and Brock Ryder as they explain how the swinglet CAM can be used to collect geographic and spatial information. This is an exciting new addition to the KOREC portfolio and is already being used in projects across the world.
This was perhaps the most well attended of all of our KOREC KNOW HOW Webinar series, with a live software demo as well as many interesting questions from the webinar delegates. You can view the recording of the webinar now and if you want to view the SwingletCAM in action then you can view the video.
As newly appointed UK and Irish distributors for SenseFLY’s unmanned flying camera, the swinglet CAM, the KOREC team has been out and about demonstrating the system to potential customers with some interesting results!
For full details on the swinglet CAM and a video of how it works visit our swinglet webpage
KOREC is delighted to announce that it has signed an agreement with Swiss company, SenseFLY, to become the sole UK and Irish distributor of SenseFLY’s unmanned flying camera, the swinglet CAM.
The swinglet CAM is a lightweight, unmanned air vehicle (UAV) with a high resolution electronically integrated digital camera. Designed to undertake small scale aerial mapping projects it can be deployed in under one minute, is hand launched and has a take-off weight of just 500g. The camera records 10-40 cm/pixel images and can produce over 100 hectares of aerial photo coverage during its 30 minute flight.
An integrated GPS based miniature autopilot ensures that the swinglet CAM starts, flies and lands silently on its own. Its flight path is defined in easy to use PC based software and can be updated at any point during the flight by using the software’s simple drag and drop functions. When the swinglet CAM lands, images can be immediately downloaded and are ideal for use in a wide range of applications including wildlife monitoring, traffic monitoring, archaeology, crop monitoring, security, mapping or environmental projects.
KOREC’s Mapping Solutions Consultant Brock Ryder said, “The swinglet CAM has been developed to undertake a wide range of aerial mapping projects without the usual costs or set ups involved – it’s simply thrown in the air for take-off and returns to the same location for an automatic landing. Previous sales in Europe indicate that it will open up customised aerial photography to a whole new market in the UK and Ireland where previously costs were prohibitive – anyone from a small landowner to a large government body can expect a swift return on investment. End users can now be the pilot of their own aerial photography missions and have access to the data minutes after landing! Additionally, the swinglet CAM’s low weight and size mean that there are few flying restrictions*! It is the perfect addition to KOREC’s extensive portfolio of Trimble GPS and Mapping solutions.”
For further information please call KOREC on 0845 603 1214 (UK) or 01 456 4702 (Ireland) or view a video of the swinglet CAM in action on the KOREC website at http://bit.ly/korecswinglet
* Certain restrictions & permissions may be required for use of the UAV in Ireland & the UK. KOREC will provide guidance in the granting of permissions as required.
About SenseFLY: Based in Switzerland, senseFly is an offshoot of the Laboratory of Intelligent Systems at EPFL – an organization at the cutting edge of research into collective aerial robotics, vision-based flight control for mini UAV and smart locomotion. www.sensefly.com