Now these things are starting to look like RC planes

Oct 03, 2012 No Comments by
Now that Drones look like RC planes, I guess the only area that can be improved is in the flying software.  This latest release is really cool and it is unbelievable (and scary) just how exact drones can be program to fly.

 

MAVinci will show new UAS Flight Planning Software features at INTERGEO

MAVinci will show new UAS Flight Planning Software features at INTERGEO

MAVinci Desktop is a professional software that handels all UAV related tasks from flight planning to UAV control. It also functions as an interface to several post processing software solutions. With MAVinci Desktop you are able to handle all jobs from simple up to complex projects intuitively and time efficient.

AVinci Desktop is a professional software that handels all UAV related tasks from flight planning to UAV control. It also
functions as an interface to several post processing software solutions. With MAVinci Desktop you are able to handle all jobs from simple up to complex projects intuitively and time efficient.

At INTERGEO 2012 in Hannover we will show the following new features of MAVinci Desktop our professional flight planning and UAV control software:

Work in mountain areas:

• Flight plan can automatically adapt to an elevation model
• Automatic collision avoidance with moutains based on elevation data
• Automatic optimal alignment of flight lines

New Bing maps support: High resolution bing images in most areas of the world as basis for your flight planning.

Weather data: Live animated rain rate overlay for Europe/Africa/Asia.

View Processing Results: Improved visualization of local 3d models

Review the single aerial images directly after the flight without post processing:

• Thousands of aerial images can be previewed in MAVinci Desktop without limiting the software operation speed.

• Improved performance of all post processing solutions due to accurate computation of image orientation and position

• Interfaces to several processing software solutions (Agisoft Photoscan, Pix4UAV, Enso MOSAIC, MenciAPS)

• Direct upload [...]

 

John Reid

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West Coast senior editor About me: I’ve been involved with RC aircraft since high school and have flown just about everything. I started my RC career with scratch-building, but now like many pilots I rely on ARFs to get me in the air. My main focus is on pylon racing, aerobats, combat and scale warbirds.
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