Phoenix Aerial Systems specializes in providing solutions for collection and management of geo-spatial information.

News

We now offer LEASING OPTIONS!

We now offer a leasing option for all USA/Canada customers.  Please email us for an application.


2015-05-20 New Sample data!

We just posted new aerial sample data sets featuring scans of:

  • Powerlines in mountainous terrain
  • Scans from the new Velodyne VLP16 sensor
  • Open Pit Mine
  • Terrain and Buildings

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2015-04-21 Power Line Scan

We recently scanned power lines using the AL3-32 and AL3-16. In short, the results were spectacular for both systems. We will post sample data soon... Stay tuned!


2015-04-07 AL3 on DJI S1000

Sneak peak at the AL3 mounted to the DJI S1000 copter:


2015-01-05 Phoenix Aerial partners with Pulse Aerospace

Phoenix Aerial Systems partners with Pulse Aerospace, offering a turn-key single-rotor UAV for the Ranger LiDAR Series- The Vapor 55TM. Click here for more information.

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2014-12-14 Phoenix Introduces The AL3!

Introducing the new Phoenix AL3. At 3.5kg, the AL3 is a weight optimized version of the AL2. Same accuracy but close to half the weight and its designed to integrate perfectly into the DJI S1000 octocopter! Click here for more information.

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2014-12-07 Phoenix Introduces New Fixed Wing Aerial Options

Introducing new fixed wing uav options for the Scout and the Ranger. UAVFactory Penguin B and UASUSA Tempest aircraft. The UAVFactory Penguin B is expected to get a staggering 8 hour flight time with the Ranger LiDAR payload!


2014-11-20 Phoenix Introduces New Scout S1000 Copter

Introducing the new Scout S1000 copter. The S1000 is a proven multirotor manufactured by DJI and is an ideal platform for the new Scout LiDAR system. Flight times are up to 15 minutes. For more information click here.

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What is LiDAR

Light Detection And Ranging works by sending laser pulses into many, accurately defined directions in fast succession. Measuring the time it takes for each laser-pulse to be reflected and returned to the LiDAR-scanner allows reconstruction of all surfaces surrounding the scanner. Dynamic LiDAR mapping further requires fusing the returned pulse with the accurate world-position of the scanner at that time, so that returned points can also be recorded in a world coordinate system.

 

Upcoming Events


February 23 - 25, 2015: Denver, CO. ILMF 2015  Please visit us in booth 42

March 30 - April 2, 2015: Houston, TX. SPAR International  Please visit us in booth 523

May 4 - 7, 2015: Atlanta, GA. AUVSI  Please visit us in booth 2756