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YellowScan Mapper Plus LiDAR Drone Payload

    YellowScan Mapper+

    The YellowScan Mapper+ integrates Livox AVIA laser scanner together with high performance GNSS-aided inertial navigation system into a lightweight, standalone and easy-to-use lidar system. With a great point density, this LiDAR sensor allows our LiDAR system to fly easily at 100m AGL with 3 cm accuracy.
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    Advanced performance fitted into a compact survey solution.

     AGL Altitude

    System Precision

    System Accuracy

    Weight With Battery

    100 m

    2.5 cm

    3 cm

    1.1 kg

    Livox Based LiDAR System

    YellowScan Mapper+ UAV LiDAR system integrates the Livox AVIA laser scanner with a high-performance GNSS-aided INS. This lightweight, standalone, and easy-to-use lidar system gives accurate and stable results over a wide range of applications.

    YellowScan Mapper Plus Key Differentiators

    Why Mapper+?

    The Mapper features an Applanix INS giving it a fast, stable, and high-accuracy result. It follows the entire Applanix processing workflow to get cm-level results.

    CloudStaion processing software includes terrain module, strip adjustment, and the color module for creating high-resolution point-clouds.


    YellowScan Mapper Plus M300 LiDAR


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    Colorize your point cloud using the Camera Module extension

    You can now use our very own camera module on the YellowScan Mapper+.

    Operating the camera will be as simple as what philosophy indicates: “Just press the Yellow button”. The camera is powered through the Mapper+ and its data is stored on a dedicated SD card.

    Carry your YellowScan Mapper+ on a dedicated backpack

    In this hardshell backpack with custom precut foam, you can easily carry your LiDAR with everything you need (LiDAR system, software, batteries, laptop, data storage). This backpack is the size of a carry-on luggage which fits in any airline overhead compartment.

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    Connect your Mapper LiDAR system to your DJI Skyport

    The YellowScan Mapper+ can be used with the DJI Skyport. The Mapper+ is compatible with the DJI M300…but not only. We have a bunch of customers flying their UAV with our product: multirotor, fixed-wing and helicopter drones.


    YellowScan Plus SkyPort


    Connect your YellowScan Mapper+ LiDAR system with Gremsy Port

    The YellowScan Mapper+ is also compatible with the Gremsy port for quick release and easy integration on a wide range of UAVs. 


    YellowScan Mapper+ Gremsy Port


    YellowScan Mapper
    1 Charger and 2 batteries
    1 GNSS antenna and cable
    2 USB flash drives
    1 hardshell backpack with custom precut foam

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    YellowScan CloudStation

    Worldwide support including 1st year unlimited support
    Boresight calibration certificate
    1-year warranty
    In-person or online training
    Precision (1) 2.5cm
    Accuracy (2) 3.0cm
    Echoes per shot Up to 3
    Laser wavelenght 905nm
    GNSS-Inertial solution Applanix APX-15UAV
    Scanner field of view 70.4°
    Shots per second Up to 240k
    Weight batt. incl. 1.3kg (2.9lbs)
    Weight batt. excl. 1.1kg (2.5lbs)
    Size L15cm x W10.4cm x H12.3cm
    Autonomy 1 hours typ.
    Power consumption 19W
    Operating temperature -20 to +40°C


    (1) Precision, also called reproducibility or repeatability, accounts for the variation in successive measurements taken on the same target. Here precision value is obtained by averaging the precision from 3 flight levels @60, 90 and 120mAGL. At each flight level, the precision is considered as the mean value of absolute elevation differences between 2 flight lines recorded in opposite directions over a nadir-located 40m² hard surface area.

    (2) Accuracy is the degree of conformity of a measured position to its actual (true) value. Here accuracy value is obtained by averaging the accuracy from 3 flight levels @ 60, 90 and 120mAGL. At each flight level, the accuracy is considered as the RMSE value of the elevation differences between targets and the point cloud extracted from 2 flight lines recorded in opposite directions. Validation targets are located within a 40m wide corridor centered along the flight line axis.