FMworks Inc. (ENG Ver.)
FMS's unique 3D POI photographing provides the most powerful function for photographing slopes in mountainous terrain. In tree management, you can easily obtain near-view and far-view image information using a drone before collecting samples from a large number of trees suspected of being infected with pests and diseases. In particular, in the case of far-views, the slope of the mountainous terrain is reflected to obtain an image that ensures visibility of the object in the opposite direction of the slope.
What is FMS Flight?
A 3D flight path is created by assigning altitude values to each point that makes up the generated 2D flight path, based on information on the distance from the terrain that is predetermined to suit the flight purpose. This is a cutting-edge drone operation technology that creates and flies an optimal 3D flight path by linking it with battery consumption prediction in POI photographing, linear (road) photographing, and area photographing.
3D POI photographing that takes into account the terrain has an excellent effect on saving time and manpower for field investigations and can prevent safety accidents.
FMS (Flight Master Station)
The DSM obtained through forest surveillance is processed into a smart DSM that can support efficient autonomous flight of drones. The smart DSM has a higher relaxation rate than the existing DSM, so the data capacity is lighter and is more precise than the DEM.
The completed smart DSM is uploaded back to the 3D autonomous flight system (FMS). The upload method is also simple, equivalent to copying a file, and the same area can be repeatedly treated with a single upload.
A forest control drone is operated in the field. Using FMS, you select a pest control target and automatically create a precise low-altitude flight path based on the smart DSM mounted on FMS. Even if connection to the remote controller is lost during flight, all missions are completed safely and return.
Pest control solution LEO
01 Results with high accuracy and detail 02 Fully automated and intuitive workflow 03 GPU acceleration for faster processing 04 Network Processing for Giant Projects
01 Aerial triangulation 02 Alignment of redness images 03 Create and classify Dense Point Cloud 04 Create Orthomosaic and DSM/DTM 05 Orthomosaic suture line editing 06 Geo-reparing using aerial photography log and GCP 07 Automatic tracking of specific targets 08 Coordinates/Distance/Area/Volume Survey 09 Multispectral image processing and plant index calculation 10 Polygon Model Reconstruction and Texturing 11 Creating and visualizing hierarchical tile models 12 Spherical Panorama Stitching
01 Best compatibility with U.A.V. images 02 Results that can be produced in various formats 03 EPSG coordinate support system
Multidimensional Landscape Analysis Program 3D Sight Analysis
As the importance of landscape analysis in the planning and development stage emerges, FMWorks Co., Ltd.'s independent multidimensional landscape analysis program developed in 2013 can present a new paradigm of landscape analysis to companies specializing in landscape, public institutions, and educational institutions.
Auto-analysis provides more accurate analysis values for the multiplexing of viewpoints and invisible areas.
FMWorks Inc. developed a Photo Survey for the localization of its aerial surveying program, which can calculate consecutive duplicate photos and location information to obtain spatial information based on three dimensions. It performs basic functions of aerometric, such as orthoimages / DSMs / 3D modeling, and can develop setting options and additional functions based on the user's purpose.
Orthophoto / DSM / 3D modeling
Develop user-friendly setup options and a variety of additional features
PFDI(Program for Prediction Flooding using Drone Image)
Flooding Prediction / Visual Visualization and 3D Simulation
The flooding / finundation simulation developed by FM Works Inc. enables highly accurate flooding and flooding predictions by inputting rainwater permeability using precipitation data and land cover using DSM (Digital Surface Moedl) obtained from aerial photography with a drone. With the reservoir simulation function, you can predict the scale of damage by comparing flood simulation results before and after reservoir installation in areas where flood damage is expected to be significant. In addition, you can check the results of inundation and flooding simulations using the latest orthoimagery and 3D modeling for visual visualization.
Program for Prediction Flooding using Drone Image : PFDI