MakeItAccurate adds high accuracy to even more drones and GNSS receivers

MakeItAccurate adds high accuracy to even more drones and GNSS receivers

MakeItAccurate, the global GNSS data correction and processing service from Klau Geomatics, now supports more drones and more hardware in the latest release.

In addition to the popular DJI RTK units, “PPK” drones (such as Delair, Wingtra, Quantum, Intel and more) logging raw GNSS data, are now supported, making drone operations even simpler.

Operations flying in remote areas or BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) often struggle with availability of CORS data or deploying base stations for RTK or PPK corrections within range of the mission. This service allows users to operate without the need to run a base station or source CORS data; no matter where they are on the planet, MakeItAccurate will do just that: make it accurate.

In many parts of the USA, Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, absolute accuracy of 2-3cm XYZ will be achieved. In these areas, the MakeItAccurate processing engine applies sophisticated hybrid PPK/PPP algorithms, merging satellite clock and orbit corrections with multiple distant CORS stations to achieve this extremely high absolute accuracy.

Enterprise drone operations will achieve very-high accuracy, consistently, across their entire global operations. One simple repeatable workflow. Sectors such as insurance, telco’s and utilities can scale their operations without additional survey expertise and site-specific data constraints.

GNSS hardware manufacturers and software developers can add MakeItAccurate to their products and services via the MakeItAccurate API to seamlessly push data to the processing engine to return highly accurate results.

Your first few jobs are free, so we encourage you to give it a try and compare results
with your usual workflow.

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Patrick Egan

Editor in Field, sUAS News Americas Desk | Patrick Egan is the editor of the Americas Desk at sUAS News and host and Executive Producer of the sUAS News Podcast Series, Drone TV and the Small Unmanned Systems Business Exposition. Experience in the field includes assignments with the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command Battle Lab investigating solutions on future warfare research projects. Instructor for LTA (Lighter Than Air) ISR systems deployment teams for an OSD, U.S. Special Operations Command, Special Surveillance Project. Built and operated commercial RPA prior to 2007 FAA policy clarification. On the airspace integration side, he serves as director of special programs for the RCAPA (Remote Control Aerial Photography Association).