cardinal systems at geo week 2020
Vr Mapping geospatial products provide fast data collection for engineering mapping. In VrOne, VrTwo, and VrThree, vector data is collected from photographs, LiDAR, and Point Clouds in 2D, 2.5D, and 3D stereo environments. Imagery and point data sets can be viewed separately and synchronously.
Automatic tie point generation (VrAutoTie) and new bundle adjustment (VrBundle) extend the capabilities of the aerial triangulation program (VrAt) and VrUAS. The Vr Mapping software can work with complicated geometries including UAS, oblique, high oblique, and close-range camera positions. A stand-alone camera calibration is available to supplement the integration of UAS and other single lens cameras into the workflow. VrThree integrates LiDAR, point cloud, and DSM data into VrOne® and VrTwo environments.
The VrOrtho package was rewritten for an easier to use workflow that clients report is 30% faster in production. The new interface is the same wizard style GUI used in the aerial triangulation and the new model set (VrModSet) programs. Orthophoto production is threaded, and mosaic seam lines and balance are automatic. Mosaics are created directly from images. Mosaic boundaries are user drawn and can be rotated which is very efficient for corridor mapping. GeoTIFs and world files are seamlessly compatible with ESRI software.