SBG Systems to host a webinar entitled “PPK for UAV Photogrammetry, THE optimal workflow to reduce GCP and maximize ROI – featuring DJI Phantom 4 RTK , on July 1st
SBG Systems organizes a webinar as they announce new features dedicated to UAV photogrammetry for its popular INS/GNSS PPK software called Qinertia. The webinar will explain how Qinertia can dramatically reduce GCP need and maximize ROI with an optimal workflow demonstrated with a DJI Phantom 4 RTK.
Free Webinar: PPK for UAV Photogrammetry, THE optimal workflow to reduce GCP and maximize ROI
UAV-based photogrammetry is a booming sector where technology allows economical and large scale data collection. Solutions are evolving fast along with geospatial professional’s needs for a smooth and efficient workflow delivering the highest accuracy.
With the new version of Qinertia, IMU/GNSS post-processing software, SBG Systems continues to democratize access to centimeter level accuracy to all photogrammetry applications. Qinertia unique Virtual Base Station (VBS) and PPP solutions enable photogrammetry jobs even in the most remote locations.
Discover the optimal workflow for your UAV with SBG’s webinar organized on July 1st, 17:00 CEST (UTC+2).
– How precise image geotagging is becoming a standard for UAV photogrammetry jobs: quality assessment with DJI Phantom 4 RTK data
– Why PPK is the best choice for photogrammetry jobs?
– Discover the ideal workflow with Qinertia and PIX4D through a live demo
For those who cannot attend this webinar in live, we will provide a recording of it afterward.
For more information & registration: https://www.sbg-systems.com/news/webinar-ppk-for-uav-photogrammetry/
Title: « PPK for UAV Photogrammetry, THE optimal workflow to reduce GCP and maximize ROI – featuring DJI Phantom 4 RTK »
Date: Thursday, July 1st
What is Qinertia Post-processing for UAV Photogrammetry?
Who said Post-processing needed to be complicated? Qinertia is the easiest, fastest, full-featured post-processing software highly appreciated by geospatial professionals for its modern and intuitive interface.
After the mission, Qinertia gives access to RTK corrections from more than 7,000 base stations located in 164 countries. Trajectory and orientation are then greatly improved by processing inertial data and raw GNSS observables in forward and backward directions. New features dedicated to photogrammetry, such as image geotagging and specific outputs, are to be announced during the webinar.
As an open software, Qinertia is compatible with all survey grade GNSS receivers, as well as several Inertial Measurements Units (IMU). Qinertia pricing has been tailored to meet UAV specific needs with dedicated editions. Integrators will appreciate the fully documented and modern Command Line Interface to enable fully automated workflows.
For more information about Qinertia, please visit: https://www.sbg-systems.com/products/qinertia-ins-gnss-post-processing-software/