Digital World Mapping, Small PC's Rugged Vehicle Computer

By Jessica A. Salerno
Source: Business & Commercial Aviation
May 01, 2013

Digital World Mapping Inc. has selected Small PC's rugged vehicle computer Model SC240ML for use in its LiDAR mapping and imaging system. The computer acts as the mapping systems' host with data connections to the to the Global Position System (GPS), Inertial Navigation System (INS) and Scanning Laser through Ethernet ports. The SC240ML computer is mounted in the cockpit of the helicopter behind the pilot's seat. A high-precision GPS antenna is mounted on the tail of the helicopter with the Scanning Laser and IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) mounted under the aircraft. It also connects to a sunlight readable display for the operator interface and control functions. The unit is completely sealed and operates with no moving parts using a passive cooling system. The solid-state drives are removable allowing convenient transfer and management of mapping data as well as simplified system maintenance and upgrades.

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