The benefits of modularity

Discover the world’s first modular lidar

With the multitude of possible projects with a drone-mounted lidar, it is certainly difficult to choose the right sensor! With Connectiv, no need to choose! Get only the modules you need! All modules can be purchased individually (cameras, IMU and lasers) and used with the Connectiv computer module depending on the evolving reality of your projects.

Lidar

Riegl miniVUX-1

  • Company

    Riegl

  • Wavelength

    905 nm

  • Laser Classification

    Class 1

  • Field of view (FOV)

    0 degrees along track / 360 degrees across track

  • Precision

    1 cm

  • Echos (returns)

    5

  • Maximum scan range

    330 m

  • Shots per second

    Up to 100 000 pulse / second

Riegl miniVUX-3

  • Company

    Riegl

  • Wavelength

    905 nm

  • Laser Classification

    Class 1

  • Field of view (FOV)

    0 degrees along track / 360 degrees across track

  • Precision

    1 cm

  • Echos (returns)

    5

  • Maximum scan range

    330 m

  • Shots per second

    Up to 300 000 pulse / second

Hesai Pandar XT32-M2X

  • Company

    Hesai

  • Wavelength

    905 nm

  • Laser Classification

    Class 1

  • Field of view (FOV)

    40.3 degrees along track / 360 degrees across track

  • Precision

    3 cm

  • Echos (returns)

    3

  • Maximum scan range

    300 m

  • Shots per second

    640 000 pulse / second

Hesai Pandar XT32

  • Company

    Hesai

  • Wavelength

    905 nm

  • Laser Classification

    Class 1

  • Field of view (FOV)

    31 degrees along track / 360 degrees across track

  • Precision

    3 cm

  • Echos (returns)

    3

  • Maximum scan range

    300 m

  • Shots per second

    640 000 pulse / second

Velodyne Ultra Puck

  • Company

    Velodyne

  • Wavelength

    903 nm

  • Laser Classification

    Class 1

  • Field of view (FOV)

    40 degrees along track / 360 degrees across track

  • Precision

    10 cm

  • Echos (returns)

    2

  • Maximum scan range

    200 m

  • Shots per second

    600 000 pulse / second

Velodyne Puck LITE

  • Company

    Velodyne

  • Wavelength

    903 nm

  • Laser Classification

    Class 1

  • Field of view (FOV)

    40 degrees along track / 360 degrees across track

  • Precision

    10 cm

  • Echos (returns)

    2

  • Maximum scan range

    200 m

  • Shots per second

    600 000 pulse / second

INS

Applanix APX-15

  • Position (m)

    0.02 – 0.05

  • Velocity (m/s)

    0.015

  • Roll & Pitch (deg)

    0.025

  • True Heading* (deg)

    0.08

*Typical survey mission profile, max RMS error. Heading error will increase for low speed rotor applications and when hovering.

Applanix APX-20

  • Position (m)

    0.02 – 0.05

  • Velocity (m/s)

    0.010

  • Roll & Pitch (deg)

    0.015

  • True Heading* (deg)

    0.035

*Typical survey mission profile, max RMS error. Heading error will increase for low speed rotor applications and when hovering.

Cameras

ADTI 24 mpx

  • Field of view (FOV)

    With 16 mm lens : 72.5°

  • Weight

    122 g

  • Size of the sensor

    7.7 x 6.2 x 3.8 cm

  • Number of pixels

    24.3 mpx

ADTI 42 mpx

  • Weight

    152 g

  • Size of the sensor

    9.2 x 7.4 x 3.1 cm

  • Number of pixels

    42.4 mpx

ADTI 61 mpx

  • Field of view (FOV)

    With 24 mm lens : 73.3°

  • Weight

    276 g

  • Size of the sensor

    35.7 x 23.8 mm

  • Number of pixels

    61 mpx

Sony a6400 24 mpx

  • Field of view (FOV)

    With 16 mm lens : 72.5°

  • Weight

    403 g including battery

  • Size of the sensor

    120 x 66.9 x 59.7 mm

  • Number of pixels

    24.2 mpx

Sony a7R 42 mpx

  • Weight

    465g

  • Number of pixels

    36.3 mpx

Sony a7R 61 mpx

  • Field of view (FOV)

    With 24 mm lens : 73.3°

  • Weight

    723 g

  • Size of the sensor

    131.3 x 96.9 x 82.4 mm

  • Number of pixels

    61 mpx

Multispectral MicaSense RedEdge-P

  • Field of view (FOV)

    49.6° horizontal

    38.3° vertical

  • Weight

    315 g

  • Size of the sensor

    86.8 x 63 x 67.35 mm

  • Wavelength

    Five multispectral bands at 1.6 MP each

    • Blue (475 nm center, 32 nm bandwidth)
    • Green (560 nm center, 27 nm bandwidth)
    • Red (668 nm center, 14 nm bandwidth)
    • Near infrared (842 nm center, 57 nm bandwidth)