DJI Zenmuse L1 Drone Payload - DJI Enterprise Silver Partner - TurnTech Solutions - Langley, BC, Canada | Industry Drone Solutions

Zenmuse L1

Instant Clarity. Superior Accuracy.
DJI Zenmuse L1 Drone Payload - DJI Enterprise Silver Partner - TurnTech Solutions - Langley, BC, Canada | Industry Drone Solutions

A Lidar + RGB Solution for Aerial Surveying

The Zenmuse L1 integrates a Livox LiDAR module, a high-accuracy IMU, and a camera with a 1-inch CMOS on a 3-axis stabilized gimbal. When used with Matrice 300 RTK and DJI Terra, the L1 forms a complete solution that gives you real-time 3D data throughout the day, efficiently capturing the details of complex structures and delivering highly accurate reconstructed models.

DJI Zenmuse L1 LiDAR + RGB Survey Camera: The Standard of 3D Data Visualization

In a world where accuracy and numbers are the basis for achieving quality results, whether it’s agricultural fields or surveying a new bridge project, the one device that will make your data stand out is the Zenmuse L1 LiDAR sensing camera.

Your best friend in 3D data visualization


Zenmuse L1 is DJI’s most efficient camera for complex terrains.

It uses the combined power of pulsed laser remote sensing with RGB surveying to get a highly accurate measurement from the geographic data.

It is fully loaded with a Livox LiDAR module, 3 axis gimbal, 20MP survey-grade camera, plus a high accuracy IMU (inertial measurement unit), thanks to M300 RTK drones that enable a 0.023-degree roll/pitch and 0.08-degree yaw.

In addition, the integration of a LiDAR scanner and RGB data results in impeccable point cloud accuracy of up to the centimetre level, preserving the terrain’s true colours. Its lens detection range of 450m @ 80% reflectivity & 190m @ 10% reflectivity, are an asset to aerial survey. Because of this, infrastructures like towers, massive bridges, and power lines are easily modelled with high precision.

Frequently Asked Questions

LiDAR means Light Detection and Ranging.

It is used to study a geographic location remotely, using pulsed lasers to measure variable land distances. The LiDAR sensor will emit the light pulses that bounce off the objects on the land and return to the sensor. It calculates the distance travelled using the time it took for each pulsed light to return.

Also known as photogrammetry, the aerial survey is a way to gather data on a land with the use of planes, drones, helicopters, satellite balloons, or UAVs. The data collected from aerial surveying are primarily useful in land use and urban planning.

The term refers to a product of a specific set of spatial points that are 3D scanning in space. This process often uses LiDAR scanners to get every visible detail of a land location being analyzed. These measurements are then used in telling the exact positions of the earth objects that match the data in the point cloud.

RGB in surveying is a colour model that uses a three-colour channel to interpret geographic data. It works by using three bytes, namely red, green and blue, to indicate the intensity of a surface or object’s reflection.

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