The new YellowScan Mapper is a Livox-based UAV LiDAR system, equipped with a high performance Livox Horizon laser scanner, Applanix APX-15 IMU and a High-performance GNSS antenna. For fast, accurate and cost-effective data collection, the YellowScan Mapper is a great tool to begin with.
Integrated with an innovative laser from Livox, the YellowScan Mapper UAV LiDAR system utilises a high point density to easily reach 70m AGL with a 120m swath. To experience the Mapper point density and have good productivity, it is recommended to have a balanced 10m/s flight speed. For efficient and economical data collection, the YellowScan Mapper is a great tool to begin with.
YellowScan Mapper is compatible with the DJI M300 as well as other UAV’s and can be connected with DJI Skyport. Two worldwide certified batteries are sent alongside your mapper. They combine high-performance and accessibility, and they can be easily swapped during missions to increase efficiency.
You have 3 different ways to power your YellowScan Mapper. You can either use:
Easily swapped for a new battery, all you need to do is land and replace the old one and you’re ready to continue your mission. YellowScan Mapper has 1h30 autonomy with its own battery.
The YellowScan Mapper has a specialised port for in-flight LiDAR data transmission, as well as being compatible with LiveStation, enabling live visualisation of LiDAR data collection, and ensuring every mission is a success.
Easily transportable with a new backpack addition. Taking advantage of the light and compact LiDAR system, a hard-shell backpack is available with a custom pre-cut foam to transport all your accessories.
Human-Machine Interface is thought to be simple and efficient; with the touch of a button LEDs will indicate the status of the LiDAR system.
Created to be able to hold two USB keys, data storage is no longer something to worry about. It has the user in mind to enhance productivity. You no longer need to attach the whole LiDAR system to collect data, you simply need to remove your USB stick and use that. One USB key can store 3 hours of LiDAR survey data.
Optimised temperature management and a double suction grid (air flow management) for a better aeration of the system to prevent overheating. You can operate the Mapper between -20°C/-4°F and +40°C/140°F.
A brand new, distinctive internal port for RGB camera. If required, you are able to connect to other sensors too.
YellowScan Mapper has IPW55 protection so you are able to start your flight under cloudy skies and if rain starts to fall during the flight, you can easily fly home without worrying about losing data. Your LiDAR is safe. Equipped with non-slip rubber pads, you can lay your system down without any risk of damage.
The GNSS antenna provided is able to receive superior signal from GPS L1/L2/L5/L-band, GLONASS G1/G2/G3, BDS B1/B2/B3, Galileo E5a/E5b/E6/E1. It has IP-67 to protect from dust and water and an aerodynamic design. To obtain high-quality geo-referenced point cloud data, you will need to have high-quality GPS.