[Osmf-talk] Notes & Bing Imagery
infosbelas-gps at yahoo.fr
Fri Dec 6 15:28:03 UTC 2013
models used in Limonade have an autonomy of 45 minutes. To cover
Limonade, three 15 minutes flights have been scheduled. Each flight
covered approximately 10km2. The average flight elevation was 150
meters, which gives a precision of about 4cm. The link I provided to the
imagery shows the quality of the imagery. In JOSM, we can compare the
alignment with the Bing imagery.
IOM experiments in Haiti over the last three years showed how this
lightweight technology can provide high quality imagery, this in a
secure context. These wings models have no metal incorporared. These
flighs in Haiti were approved by the civil aviation agency. Plus these
models are approved by various european governments.
De : Oleksiy Muzalyev <oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch>
À : Pierre Béland <belasmp at yahoo.fr>; "osmf-talk at openstreetmap.org" <osmf-talk at openstreetmap.org>
Envoyé le : Jeudi 5 décembre 2013 17h33
Objet : Re: [Osmf-talk] Notes & Bing Imagery
Do you know how many flights it took to cover Limonade?
It would be interesting to know at what approximately altitude this
imagery of Limonade was taken?
It is definitively of a better quality than satellite.
On 05.12.2013 17:22, Pierre Béland wrote:
> This page shows the UAV used in Haiti. The wings are 1 meter large, this
> for a weight less then a kilo. See the video and judge by yourself.
> In JOSM WMS-TMS Preferences, in the Imagery providers list, look for HT
> Imagerie de drone, Haiti (ie UAV imagery fo Haiti). Look for Limonade,
> Haiti. You will see very impressive results.
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