- published: 18 Dec 2015
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This video shows the final capabilities of the Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV) developed by the Systems, Robotics and Vision group of the University of Balearic Islands (Spain) as part of the robotic fleet of the FP7-funded MINOAS project. This vehicle is intended to be used for providing a surveyor with an overall impression of the state of the hull of a vessel under inspection. The experiments shown have been performed in the fully autonomous mode of the platform.
The Philippine Navy's BRP Ramon Alcaraz was followed by an unidentified aerial vehicle as it began its patrol of the Benham Rise where Chinese survey ships were recently spotted. - ANC, The World Tonight, March 24, 2017 Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - http://bit.ly/TheABSCBNNews Visit our website at http://news.abs-cbn.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS Twitter: https://twitter.com/abscbnnews
The Z-Boat 1800 in action with on-board autonomous waypoint navigation package (MSUBS UK). Watch the remarkable line following capability of this new system, ideal for lakes, reservoir and industrial water remote surveying.
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Research Project „Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) for State Determination of Structures“ 06/2013 – 02/2015 Supported by: Chair of Computer Vision in Engineering (Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Volker Rodehorst) Regional Authorities for Construction and Traffic in Thuringia (Dipl.-Ing. Wilfried König) Guido Morgenthal Technologien im Bauwesen (www.gmtib.de) Flight system: Type: V-Form Octocopter “AscTec Falcon 8″ Flight time: 12–22 Min. Velocity: bis 16 m/s Tolerable wind speed: bis 12 m/s (GPS Mode) Camera mount: actively stabilized Camera: Type: Sony Alpha 7R – DSLM Sensor: CMOS full-frame (36 × 24 mm) Resolution: 7360 × 4912 Pixels (36,4 MP) Pixel size: 4,89 × 4,89 μm Focal distance: 35 mm Calibration: None, consistent In Zusammenarbeit mit der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar Institut für Konstruk...
Watch the remarkable line-following capability of the autonomous waypoint navigation Z-Boat 1800.
Surveying the Swiss reservoir lake Kloentalersee with the sonar vessel "Surveyor" and the Aibot X6 UAV to achiev best results. Joined forces to measure the lakes soil and the shore dry for accurate volume calculation. Read the full story here: http://www.aibotix.com/industries/case-studies/kloentalersee
ScanEagle is a maritime reconnaissance asset that can be launched off the back of Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary ships day or night to gather intelligence and survey the wider area of operations. Built by Insitu, a subsidiary of Boeing Defence UK Limited, the ScanEagle is the first maritime-specific unmanned air system capability to be delivered in support of naval operations. It will complement the existing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets used on operations such as helicopters and long-range radar. Read more: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/royal-navys-new-eye-in-the-sky
This video is made to show what a surveyor job is about. Two trainees from Norway are featured.
U.S. officials say China stole a U.S. Navy underwater drone in the South China Sea. Officials say it happened at the same moment the USNS Bowditch, a survey ship, was about to retrieve it. The Hill reports the incident happened Thursday around noon local time in international waters off the coast of the Philippines. U.S. officials told The Hill a Chinese ship was following the Bowditch and dropped a boat into the water and grabbed the drone. The Bowditch crew called the Chinese crew and asked for the drone back -- the Chinese ship confirmed they received the message, but sailed away with the drone. Chinese officials say the islands in the South China Sea are China's territory. They say what they did to the drone fits under international law and China was acting on its own territory at the ...
Here at Solutas Engineering Data (SED), we use Sensefly's eBee drone to provide land and site surveying, mapping services with Geo-referencing and 3D modelling. (The marketing video uploaded above belongs to Sensefly, all copyrights reserved by Sensefly) For any queries, please contact "[ info [at] solutas [dot] com [dot] my ]"