Pro Version

The PRO Version: MAVinci SIRIUS PRO

Control points are a thing of the past. With MAVinci SIRIUS PRO, you benefit from high precision without needing to manually set control points manually in the field beforehand.

Highest precision is probably the most relevant factor for land surveyors and their clients. Up to now, this has only been possible by manually setting control points. Apart from the time and costs involved, inaccessible or hard-to-reach terrain often made this impossible. For this very reason, we have developed the MAVinci SIRIUS PRO, which guarantees high precision even without setting control points on the ground beforehand.

Here at MAVinci we have developed precision timing technology, which, in conjunction with the receiver and navigation system created by TOPCON, precisely measures the position of the camera for each image, making it equivalent to a control point. This means that the control points are virtually set ‘from the air’ during the flight, and their coordinates are calculated in real time. This ensures absolute accuracy of 1.6 cm on the x- and y-axes, and down to 2.7 cm in the z axis. Different from the data of a flight, which is based on manually set control points, you can thus achieve a higher absolute accuracy and save a considerable amount of time.

MAVinci SIRIUS PRO is highly precise and saves valuable time.

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MAVinci SIRIUS PRO is available in two versions: the PRO version comes with the basic equipment, which is operated via an external RTK base station. You can also activate an internal base station in the connector. Find out more >

MAVinci SIRIUS PRO is available in two versions:

1. With the basic equipment, you use an external RTK base station or NTRIP correction data from the Internet. Using the MAVinci Connector, you can forward the corrections to the coordinate data to the UAV in real time. Read more about the connector >

2. You can also opt to upgrade your UAS online to an internal base station. The MAVinci Connector then serves as an RTK base station and an additional source of the correction data.

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