AirGon, LLC

AirGon LLC is the airborne metric mapping subsidiary of the GeoCue Group. AirGon is focused on creating an end-to-end solution for hyper-economical small unmanned aerial systems. Our expertise with stockpile volumetric calculations, site mapping and data distribution provides a unique solution for fast, accurate and affordable data collection, processing and delivery. As representatives of Pix4D and Agisoft, we offer multiple options for generating point clouds from ortho mosaics and our Topolyst software provides specific tools for creating mapping and volume products. AirGon’s Reckon, an Amazon Web Services hosted data management system, provides hosted analytic results.


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LP360 for sUAS

By: AirGon, LLC

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LP360 for sUAS is an advanced desktop application designed to make easy work of extracting information and derived products from data collected by small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS, UAVs, drones). LP360 works with point clouds derived from LIDAR systems as well as Structure from Motion (SfM, dense image matching, point clouds from imagery, multi-ray, photogrammetry) point clouds. For sUAS data collection and processing, LP360 picks up where point cloud generation tools such as PhotoScan and ...


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Drone Mapping Considerations: Mapping with Low Cost Platforms

By: AirGon, LLC

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This paper is an introduction to AirGon’s Bring Your Own Drone (BYOD) Mapping Kit. This kit contains all of the software components and training that you will need to conduct successful mapping operations using a DJI Phantom or Inspire. While it is unabashedly an advertorial for our products, I think you will also gain understanding of where low cost drone mapping can be effective and the steps you will need to take to execute a project.


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Drone Collected Volumetrics

By: AirGon, LLC

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Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS or drones) along with exciting new image processing algorithms are enabling a fundamental change in how stockpile volumetric computations are performed. It is now possible to create accurate three dimensional models of stockpile areas using inexpensive cameras carried by a low cost sUAS (drone). From these 3D models, volumetric computations are easily derived. These new technologies result in significantly lower cost of collection, improved accuracy and non ...


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Drone Mapping Considerations

By: AirGon, LLC

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What can drones do for you? If you are wondering how drones can be integrated into your operations, we invite you to read our Drone Mapping Considerations whitepaper. It discusses our experiences in research and development of drone systems and offers advice on integrating drones into your business.


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