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Survey-grade LiDAR sensors available in the new OxTS Georeferencer 2.7

Company News December 6, 2023

OxTS Georeferencer is a software tool designed to allow LiDAR surveyors to accurately boresight their payload and georeference their LiDAR data. With many automotive-grade sensors already integrated, version 2.7 sees the inclusion of survey-grade LiDAR sensors for the very first time!

We’re delighted to announce that sensors from industry leaders Riegl and Z+F now exist within OxTS Georeferencer. This means that you can now use the boresight calibration tool to align the coordinate frames of your Riegl and Z+F sensors with your INS. You can then use OxTS Georeferencer to georeference the data.

 

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Riegl and Z+F users – get the edge over your competition with OxTS Georeferencer 2.7.

Users of both 3rd party and OxTS GNSS/INS devices can now align the coordinate frames of their navigation device with that of their Riegl MiniVUX and Z+F Profiler LiDAR sensors. Accurate calibration will eliminate the error caused by sensor misalignment and therefore enhance the quality of your pointclouds.

The result? You, one step ahead of your competitors.

 

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OxTS Georeferencer - one software suite, many possibilities

Whatever you’re using LiDAR for, OxTS Georeferencer has something for you.

The software includes out-of-the-box compatibility with a range of sensors from multiple LiDAR families and works seamlessly alongside other OxTS technology to enhance the quality, and improve the efficiency of your work.

Here are some of our favourite features…

          + Quickly and easily align the coordinate frames of your payload – eliminate blurring and double-vision from your pointclouds and win more business with the boresight calibration tool.

Compatible with any navigation device and LiDAR sensor combination, the boresight calibration tool will elimate the error caused by sensor misalignment and give you the edge over your competitors. The process is quick and simple, meaning you can begin creating more accurate pointclouds in minutes.

          + Spend more time surveying and increase revenue with batch processing – improve survey efficiency and increase productivity with the batch processing feature. Process multiple navigation (.CSV and .NCOM) and LiDAR (.LCOM and .PCAP) files simultaneously.

Conduct multiple surveys using the same vehicle(s) before processing the data at a more convenient time. This additional functionality allows you to spend more time out in the field collecting data and helps you to be more efficient with your time.

          + Use OxTS Georeferencer alongside any sensor combination with anyNAV – struggling to align the sensors on your existing payload? No need to worry. OxTS Georeferencer, with the anyNAV feature enabled, allows you to take advantage of OxTS’ boresight calibration tool and georeferencing software on your existing payload – whatever combination of sensors you’re using.

Visit the OxTS Georeferencer web page to find out if your sensor is already integrated – OxTS Georeferencer

OxTS LiDAR Inertial Odometry (LIO) - one feature - two MAJOR benefits!

Customers using OxTS Georeferencer 2.7 alongside an OxTS INS and LiDAR sensor can now benefit from improved position drift specifications in urban canyons – making ADAS feature testing on the open-road a reality.

As vehicle testing moves from the proving ground to the open-road, there’s no need to fear GNSS signal dropout. Using a LiDAR sensor alongside an OxTS INS, with the LIO feature enabled, you can increase the amount of time spent with accurate position updates in the absense of GNSS.

And, as we all know – more accurate position updates = more accurate pointclouds!

To find out more about OxTS LIO read our technical overview…

 

 

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Want to imporve position drift specs during open-road testing?

Want to improve the accuracy of your pointclouds in urban canyons?

Using an OxTS INS and a LiDAR sensor?

Then why not try OxTS LIO today. Complete the form below and we’ll be in touch to provide you with a trial license.

 


 

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