TrueView introduces two new Drone LiDAR/Imagery systems, with a 3D Accuracy Software add-on and Accuracy Star Hardware for LP360 Drone Software

GeoCue unveils new LiDAR mapping hardware and software products for geospatial professionals at Geo Week 2023. The company announced the TrueView 535, an upgraded version of their popular TrueView 515, featuring improved LiDAR sensors with a 3rd return, a 3rd nadir camera, and longer useable LiDAR range. The TrueView 535 also offers an increase in track field of view, providing customers with more flexibility when planning and flying their data collection projects. GeoCue has also introduced a new quick connection to the drone, making the sensor plug-and-play without a wired connector, which is especially convenient for DJI drone users.

GeoCue’s new flagship system, the TrueView 720, features fourth-generation RIEGL integration for high point density corridor mapping. The system uses the RIEGL VUX-120 with three laser beam orientations and three oblique/nadir cameras, allowing for data collection from more surfaces in one flight path. The TrueView 720 can be integrated with drones, airplanes, or helicopters, and features a simple workflow for data processing and visualization in the LP360 software.

GeoCue is also innovating with new surveying equipment designed to work with its LP360 Drone software. The company demonstrated a new LP360 add-on called 3D Accuracy, along with the new Accuracy Star hardware, which provides automated horizontal and vertical checks, enabling users to automatically find a 3D target on a drone dataset and calculate the correction for any 3D target. Vincent Legrand, VP of Sales, said the announcement was well-received by customers, as the new products align with their needs.

Vivien Heriard-Dubreuil, CEO of mdGroup (parent company of GeoCue), stated that the development of the new hardware and software is based on continuous customer feedback. The company values strong relationships with its users and distributors in the field and uses their suggestions to prioritize new products, both for LiDAR survey equipment and software. According to Heriard-Dubreuil, “We’re building the company around our customers… and we’re just getting started.”

To learn more about GeoCue, visit www.geocue.com.
To learn more about Microdrones, visit www.microdrones.com.
To learn more about LP360, visit www.lp360.com.

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