YellowScan Mapper II

The reliable LiDAR solution for UAV

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Entry-level and reliable turn-key LiDAR system for under-vegetation 3D modelling needs

YellowScan R&D is fueled by the needs of surveyors, researchers, asset managers and all people requiring LiDAR data

Having an easy-to-handle, easy-to-use and accurate system at an affordable price was a prerequisite.

With a new ergonomic design and a stream-lined direct georeferencing workflow, YellowScan Mapper II is an excellent solution for your UAV projects with short-time data processing needs.

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Specifications

  • Precision : 10 cm
  • Accuracy* : (XY) 15 cm (Z) 5 cm
  • Laser scanner frequency : 18 kHz
  • Weight : 2.1 kg including battery (4.6 lbs)
  • Power Consumption : 15W
  • Autonomy : 1.5 hours typ.
  • Size (mm) : L203 x W138 x H170
  • Optional extra: Up to two 24,3MP RGB Cameras with synchronization cable

(*): NB: This accuracy level is the integrated system accuracy as measured just after the acquisition. It can be optimized by a factor of 3 with standard post-processing techniques

Benefits

  • Robust and reliable
  • Turn-key and simple to operate
  • Fully autonomous, can be mounted quickly on any drone
  • Direct georeferencing workflow for increased accuracy and efficiency of mapping from UAVs
  • LAS files generated in only a few minutes
  • LiveStation compatible to view your point cloud live
  • Camera synchronization for real time georeferencing of your pictures

Ideal for:

  • Environmental research
  • Archeology
  • Forestry
  • General topography
  • Geology

YellowScan Mapper II includes:

  • Multi-echo laser scanner
  • Applanix APX15 single board GNSS-Inertial solution
  • On-board computer for continuous data acquisition and processing
  • Battery (up to 1.5 hours of autonomy)
  • Efficient worldwide technical and operational support

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Mapper II LiDAR solution : 3D visualisation

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