senseFly has announced the release of senseFly Corridor, a new platform enhancement that simplifies the drone mapping of linear infrastructure and sites. It makes its debut at AUVSI Xponential in Dallas.
Corridor mapping is a common task for many geospatial professionals and important for the effective planning, design and analysis of linear infrastructure, as well as the monitoring of rivers and coastlines. However, senseFly says using drones to carry out corridor projects has, until now, been a relatively complex job.
“senseFly Corridor overcomes these hassles, providing a geometrically and logistically efficient method of mapping linear routes,” says Francois Gervaix, senseFly’s lead product manager for surveying. “With senseFly Corridor, commercial operators can easily plan an automated corridor mapping mission, containing one or numerous flights. This release is also future-friendly, as more operators gradually look toward gaining EVLOS and BVLOS permissions.” Read the full article.