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REDcatch in the air: Ballooning - company event

We at REDcatch think that is important to find the time to have fun, even out of the office, so last Monday we went for a balloon flight above the Karwendel mountains and Innsbruck. It was an amazing experience to fly that high and see Ibexes running on the peaks from overhead, and to look at the immense Tyrolean mountain landscape on such a beautiful day!

 

We would really like to thank AlpineBaloonig for guiding us through this experience and making it possible

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Elementor #1145

New Tutorial: GNSS PPK and geotagging images for EMLID Reach devices - Using REDtoolbox software

Learn how to perform L1 L2 PPK GNSS Postprocessing and geotagging your images easily with REDtoolbox.

In this Video, a camera connected to EMLID Reach M2 and an EMLID REACH RS2 base was used. Outputs are FIX solution geotagged images/jpgs as *.txt file, EXIFs, Agisoft and Pix4D project files, GoogleEarth Kmls and many more.

REDtoolbox is an easy to use ppk and geotagging software. Affortable and compatible to many GNSS devices, drones and the 3D ImageVector RTK camera add-on.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbPNGEE0m04&feature=youtu.be

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Updates to REDtoolbox user manual

Over the past year, REDtoolbox has set a new standard for affordable, user friendly PPK processing and image geotagging. It’s proven especially popular with users of the DJI Phantom4RTK and is also compatible with Emlid PPK units.

We’ve released multiple updates since the middle of 2019, and we’ve now also updated the software manual to reflect the latest features and user interface. Those who have purchased a license with updates or who are interested in the software can download the latest version and the manual at: https://www.redcatch.at/redtoolbox/

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REDtoolbox v2.75 released!

We have just released a new update for our REDtoolbox software (v2.70), which includes some small changes that we think will be appreciated by many. These include:

  • Enhancement of EXIF writing feature, including significantly speeding up the process.
  • Automatic import of the *.obs file when a *.MRK file is imported.
  • Improved user interface behaviour.
  • Update to postprocessing settings allowing for better fix solutions in some circumstances.
  • Compatibility with COMAPCT/Compressed RINEX base files (*.d *.crx) .
  • Antenna to sensor offset calculations for DJI Phantom 4 RTK.
  • Improved support for GLONASS and Galileo satellite networks.
  • A new output for 3Dsurvey photogrammetry software. Users of this software can now enjoy the convenience of REDtoolbox!

This latest version is now available for download on our website. Visit: https://www.redcatch.at/redtoolbox

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UAVupgradeKit_GNSS_REDtoolbox_PPKprocessing_Tutorial

For those who own or are interested in our UAV Upgrade Kits and 3D ImageVector, we have created a new video demonstrating how to process and work with the data in your projects.

The video showcases centimetre accurate data from the new UAV Upgrade Kit -Multi-, but the workflow is equally valid for our other hardware products.

You can watch it on our youtube page at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y4HGT5m6tM

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Visit us @ Intergeo 2019 - Stuttgart

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We’ll be travelling to Intergeo from 17th to 19th of September, where we’ll be located in hall 3, booth D3.050. Come and visit us, and you’ll be able to see and discuss our new products, which will include:

ImageVector Multi, a new multi-channel (L1/L2) ImageVector with cm accuracy and RTK/PPK capability.
RTK upgrades for ImageVector Mono, with correction data provided via NTRIP broadcaster through Bluetooth connection to mobile phone.
REDtoolbox software, which now performs PPK processing and geotagging in a single click and outputs to a variety of photogrammetry software.
We’re also looking forward to discussing with you about our point cloud services, which include photogrammetric processing, editing, analysis and data presentation.

As in previous years, we have some tickets available to give away. Anyone still needing a ticket can get in touch with us at office@redcatch.at.

More information about Intergeo can be found at the event website: https://www.intergeo.de/intergeo-en/index.php

We hope to see you there!

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3D ImageVector - RTK UPGRADE

GNSS PPK RTK surveying cameraWe are in the final stages of development of a new RTK Bluetooth connection to our 3D ImageVector Mono. This will allow users to stream NTRIP correction data to the ImageVector via their mobile phone for precise location measurements in real time. PPK will remain a good option for those seeking maximum accuracy and versatility in areas without mobile reception. However, we also know that a quality RTK option will be appreciated by many.

We are also excited to announce that we will be releasing a multi-channel version of the ImageVector. This will utilise L1/L2 bands and satelites from the GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo networks. More details, such as price, accuracy and recommended applications will be available on our website prior to the device’s release.

These new products will be advertised on our website and available for purchase by the end of summer, and there will also be reasonably priced options for existing customers to trade in and upgrade their hardware.

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Agisoft project clean up Video

agisoft metashape pix4d photogrammetry gnssUsers of Agisoft Metashape will be familiar with the large amounts of disc space needed to store old projects. To address this problem, we have created a tutorial video to guide customers on how to dramatically reduce the space needed, while ensuring that all essential project data is kept safe. The process is easy to follow and highly recommended to anyone who regularly works with Agisoft. To check out the video, please visit our Youtube page (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rESBv4laXQQ), and if you like it, please give it a thumbs up.