Introducing the new precise GNSS PPK solution to achieve centimeter accuracy with No Ground Control Points.
The GNSS PPK (Post Processing Kinematic) system is available as an optional upgrade and it is a complete turnkey solution that allows you to achieve up to 3cm accuracy with No Ground Control Points, saving lots of time and money.
The upgrade package consists of a geodetic grade 20Hz Dual Frequency L1/L2 GNSS receiver for post-processed kinematic correction of the UAV trajectory. The system also includes a comprehensive ad step by step User Manual, GPS post-processing software and full support. The system provides very high precision camera positioning every time an image is captured.
And we mean full solution:
This upgrade consists of a geodetic grade 20Hz Dual Frequency L1/L2 GNSS receiver for post-processed kinematic correction of the UAV trajectory. The system is delivered ready to use with the UAV and includes a comprehensive step by step User Manual and GPS post-processing software. It provides very high precision camera positioning every time an image is captured, delivering your data sets ready for Pix4DMapper, Agisoft Photoscan or your image processing software of choice.
Why choose our PPK solution:
Complete solution: have your images ready for Pix4D or Agisoft at centimeter level accuracy.
Simple operation: no wireless links required between base station and GNSS receiver.
Swappable with other Aeromapper compatible payloads. Transferable to other Aeromappers.
Plug and Play approach: system requires no setup and is ready to use.
The GPS post processing takes 20 – 40 mins depending on the size of the areas surveyed.
Available also as a stand-alone for installation into other UAVs.
PPK V/S RTK
Our PPk system offers the same level of accuracy of an RTK system but with the following advantages:
PPk calculated information can be more accurate than RTK by making use of more precise orbital data and more sophisticated filtering and interpolation algorithms. Additionally, users can spend less time in the field as setting up a base station for logging only is less complex, and when using an internet source of base data, a base station is not even necessary.