How to Use Visual Mapping System?
Nowadays almost everyone is using digital maps, satellite images, 3D aerial images and many other related technologies. But what about being able to represent the vertical point of view of a person standing on site?
Visual Mapping System offers you the ability to connect between the digital map and the visual from the mapped area, in a vertical point of view.
It does not matter whether you are in charge of HLS, Border Line Protection, Airport Security, Road or City Maintenance, Strategic Plants, or, if you work in the tourism industry; visual mapping is the tool to assist your better understanding of the field!
How does it work?
In order to add a visual layer to a map, we first need to map the needed area. Mapping the area is a very simple procedure, all you need to do is mount the camera on top of the roof of your car, using the mounting accessories we provide, go out on the streets, and map the desired area. It is that simple!
The standard camera module consists of a number of high-resolution sensors that capture the area in 260 degrees, a GPS receiver and an orientation sensor. The unit is controlled and monitored using a computerized system powered by a specialized software. The Visual Mapping System standard camera module is small, light, and can be carried in a backpack or it can be installed on a vehicle. The operation is easy and fully automated! The operator of the system can travel or walk around in a normal fashion, and, during the process, the system will automatically capture and save location and orientation information.
For example, if you need to scan a specific neighborhood, all we need to do is install the camera module on the roof of a vehicle, turn on the Visual Mapping System and drive the streets of the neighborhood.