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One of the difficulties in the existing surveying process was that only a limited range of measurements were possible. An airborne instrument has been released to supplement, But it was too big to explore the blind spot between the ridges. Since drones are smaller than existing airborne surveyors so they are comparatively free to fly the blind spot more.
The Drone will enable to exploration not only of buildings but also of blind areas.
It is expected to be easy to measure mountainous areas or coastal areas due to attached cameras and lasers. It also enables instant confirmation of measurement results through interlocking with tablet PCs.
Jung-gu, South Korea