The basis of photogrammetric projects are digital images, acquired by aerial photo flights. GeoFly uses the latest large-format aerial camera technology
available on the market. We are flying with the high-performance
Microsoft Ultracam Falcon Prime, Xp, Lp cameras to generate high resolution aerial images. Our camera equipment
guarantees for the high quality of captured image data. In combination with our sophisticated software environment
and custom routines, this enables the end-to-end, seamless processing of images. With our UltraCam cameras,
we usually capture and provide digital images with four spectral bands, natural-color RGB and an additional near-infrared
(NIR) band, mostly used for vegetation analysis.
Thermographic survey of urban areas for determination of thermal loss to increase energy efficience GOENDEAVOR is able to record and analyse wide urban areas by airborne thermography. The product of our thermographic scans is a heat emission map. That kind of overview allows target oriented detection and managing of sources of interference and critical spots. The heat emission map is generated during a thermal survey flight with a thermographic camera capturing a thermal
image of the earth surface. This area wide documentation provides exact temperature information of all objects in the selected range. To reach an explicit classification of the thermographic survey, the results can be related to the floor plan of every single building, so a special thermal loss class
can be defined. That gives the map its final significance. By means of the recorded data it`s possible to identify massive energy loss arrange it and introduce sanctions to reduce
heat loss sources. That enables the reduce of costs as well as attack problems according to its need. Aerial survey of over - and underground district heating lines to identify defects. During the survey of weak spots and damaged areas on heating pipelines the surface temperature is measured in the tenth of degrees centigrade range. That allows to locate eventually weak spots within a few cm.
Every roof, building or structure has it`s own solar capacity, depending on the position of the sun, season of the year and the nature of it`s surface. Furthermore shading of special area features and adjacent objects are influencing the
capacity. With the knowledge of solar capacity of areas and objects an energy generating potential by photovoltaic
and solar thermic systems can be predicted. Our technology allows the calculation of solar capacity of buildings, the automatically 3D-recording of the roof-areas and the classification of the solar capacity, based on the roof inclination, direction and shading of adjacent buildings
and vegetation. All data will be prepared and visualized in a clearly laid out manner by using aerial photographs and topographic
maps. Our online solar portal will show you just in a few clicks, whether a building is suitable for a photovoltaic or solar thermal system.
In addition to classical aerial image acquisition, GOENDEAVOR also performs international laser scanning projects. Based on our airborne raw LiDAR data acquisition, GOENDEAVOR generates digital surface – and terrain models, which can be used for various evaluation processes. Fields of LiDAR data applications include, among other things:
■■ Large scale terrain model acquisition for country-wide, national surveys,
■■ Powerline survey flights,
■■ Special applications for archeology, solar potential cadastre and much more.
GOENDEAVOR offers both - full-wave laser scanning, as well as the conventional, LiDAR mode. The conventional mode of airborne
laser scanning is measuring the transit time of laser pulses reflected back from the ground to sensor. This method allows precise collection of height information. However, the detection of laser reflections includes both first - and
intermediate reflections from the ground and vegetation cover, such as grass and trees. Based on the well-determined position of the aircraft, the constant speed of flight and the time it takes to emit a laser pulse and receive the
reflection, the height profile underneath the aircraft is calculated. In the resulting point cloud, height points can be classified into object types. When multiple laser returns are detected, usually because of vegetation cover, the height
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