Delair Teams With Trimble Business Center on PPK

TOULOUSE, France – January 16, 2019 – Delair, a leading supplier of commercial drone solutions, today announced interoperability of high-precision data acquired from the Delair UX11 drone with version 5.0 of the Trimble Business Center software. The integration enables geospatial professionals to simply drag and drop Delair UX11 PPK ( post-processed kinematic capabilities) data directly into Trimble Business Center projects. Users can combine the high-quality flight data with other sensor data to rapidly create vivid orthomosaics and highly accurate surface models.

image of drone Delair and Trimble Join Forces

Delair and Trimble Join Forces

The collaboration builds on a long-standing relationship between the two companies that includes Delair’s acquisition of the Gatewing UAS business from Trimble in 2016.

Enhancing the interoperability with the Delair UX11 simplifies the process for geospatial professionals to incorporate UAS data into their existing Trimble Business Center workflows. Data is seamlessly combined into a single software platform, providing a consistent and comprehensive set of capabilities to generate end client deliverables for land surveying, mining, construction and GIS applications.

“We have a long and proven track record of working with Trimble and its comprehensive solutions for geospatial professionals. The integration of data from the Delair UX11, which has its roots within Trimble and the Trimble Business Center workflow, is a natural extension of our relationship, delivering the most complete and efficient UAS solution for mapping and survey customers,” said Chase Fly, Geospatial Product Manager at Delair.

Since Delair’s acquisition of Gatewing, Delair has been a Trimble preferred provider of fixed-wing UAS solutions for geospatial, with more than 70 mutual distributors worldwide who continue to provide and support a complete end-to-end workflow for improved efficiency and productivity.

The Trimble Business Center v5.0 JXL file format interoperability streamlines the processing of high-precision drone data. The enhanced JXL file supports high-precision horizontal and vertical locations plus accuracy estimates for the PPK positions as well as the precise lever-arm offset (measurements of the distance between the GNSS antenna and camera on the drone). This high-precision data is available with the Delair UX11 PPK, Delair After Flight v6.0.7 and Trimble Business Center v5.0.

About Delair
Delair is a leading provider of drone-based solutions that enable enterprises to monitor and digitize their physical assets from the air and turn the collected data into valuable business insights. Its solutions are used globally by customers in industries such as utilities, construction, agriculture, transportation, mining and oil and gas. The company is one of the world’s most experienced providers of industrial drone solutions, combining its high performance, long range UAV hardware with sophisticated analytics technology and operational services. A strategic relationship with Intel and the Intel Insight Platform is driving the two companies toward designing the industry’s most scalable platform for drone imagery storage and business intelligence. Founded in 2011 by experts in the aerospace industry, the company is headquartered in Toulouse, France, and has offices in Paris, Ghent, Belgium, Los Angeles and Singapore. Its solutions are sold in more than 70 countries by a network of distributors. For more information about Delair and its brand-new generation of beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) drones with 3G/4G communications, go to www.delair.aero and onTwitter @DelairTech.

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