The perfect choice for UAV platforms With cameras weighing as low as 1.25 kg, Phase One metric cameras can be easily integrated into miniUAVS and small aircraft. CMOS technology enables high quality live view functions to be viewed remotely. Controlling all aspects of operation and exposure, with direct connection to a remote monitor on the ground, is made possible by Phase One’s iX Link Protocol and HDMI output. Applications Phase One solutions open doors to new mission types and assignments. Whether for inspection projects such as wind turbines, bridges, roof inspection, smoke stacks and agriculture or for photogrammetry, map-making and homeland security purposes, the combination of a UAV and Phase One medium format cameras enable users to offer professional results, without compromise. Easy Integration Phase One cameras are easily integrated with UAVs. Comprehensive documentation, including 2D and 3D drawings is available in our website Downloads section for physical and electronic connection with the aircraft. All Phase One aerial cameras have predefined settings for the most popular GNSS receivers and have the ability to write the IMU/GNSS data directly to the EXIF of each file, creating geotagged images and thus reducing the chances of error. Many users have found that they were able to integrate Phase One medium format, metric cameras into their systems within a few hours.
Forward Motion Compensation
The Phase One forward motion compensation (FMC) solution employs Time Delayed Integration (TDI) to compensate for image blurring occurring as a result of slower shutter speeds, faster flight speeds or higher GSDs. This enables more flexibility when determining flight schedules and enhanced image quality under low light conditions. The FMC option enables increased profitability through the ability to fly more days and under less optimal light conditions, compensating for issues with blurring and smearing.