The GS18 I matches the same intelligent tilt technology of the GS18 T and the advanced signal tracking capabilities of the smartest GNSS antennas—but the GS18 I takes another step forward in technological innovation. With the new addition of an imaging sensor, the GS18 I lets you perform photogrammetric measurements on the fly. Its cutting-edge implementation of sensor fusion empowers you to take your efficiency to a whole new level and at the same time overcome traditional GNSS obstacles such as measuring under a building canopy, dealing with multipathing and even performing vertical measurements of facades, all without resorting to costly alternative measurement options or putting yourself in harm’s way.
A PICTURE IS FASTER THAN A POLE CAN MEASURE
The GS18 I captures images at a frequency of 2 Hz while the operator walks. Those images are processed in real-time and can be used for measuring points immediately after capture stops. Points can then be measured with a simple click. It’s that easy. And in case you are back in the office and discover you need more measurements, all you have to do is use your imagery, no need to return to the field.
Measuring bridge abutments.
Measuring hard to reach areas.
Measuring under overhangs.
Measuring points on a facade.
Capturing details in a trench.
Capturing measurements over a wall.
Traditional challenges call for modern measures. Often inaccessible points such as across a busy street, behind a gate or in dangerous areas, is where the GS18 I shines. But also in places with GNSS signal obstruction (e.g. under a roof, balcony or tree). Or having to measure points on a facade of a building (e.g. corners of a window and height of the roof) have all become much easier.
3D point clouds can be a powerful tool to help team members visualize and collaborate more effectively. With the new GS18 I, you will be able to easily do just that.
With the use of the GS18 I’s sensor fusion, it is able to achive survey grade accuracies while measuring from images.
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