Trimble, a technology company focused on applications requiring position or location, has added enhancements to its Trimble Access Aerial Imaging 2.0 application to make for faster planning and greater performance of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) flights.
Part of the Trimble Access field software suite of applications, the Aerial Imaging application is a software tool used with the Trimble Tablet Rugged PC for planning aerial missions, performing pre-flight checks and monitoring flights for the Trimble UX5 Aerial Imaging Rover.
The software enhancements include a full redesign of the user interface for a streamlined workflow, as well as major upgrades to flight design and control. These improvements provide greater flight-planning flexibility in applications such as boundary and topographic surveying, mining assessment and exploration, and heavy construction modeling, Trimble explains.
The company expects the Trimble Access Aerial Imaging 2.0 to be available in December through its geospatial and agriculture UAS distribution channel.
More information on the product enhancements can be found here.