Qualification: B. Tech. in Mining, IIT Kharagpur
M. Tech. / MSc in Geomatics, Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)
He started working for HansjeBrinker (SkyGeo now), which is a leading InSAR business company in Europe and the United States. He mainly worked on developing scripts for improved processing chain. Later, he joined European Space Agency/TU Delft spin-off called MetaSensing where he worked on programming algorithms for ground based radar system. He was solely responsible for translating scientific algorithms into commercially viable solutions. His master's thesis work was related to radar interferometry. Recently, he worked on a project called Radiant, which was a joint venture of Shell and Baker Hughes (Halliburton now). There he gained significant experience in oil/gas industry.
He is a remote sensing expert, particularly InSAR/Radar/LiDAR specialist for over 5 years of experience of data analysis and programming experience.
Qualification: B. Tech. in Civil Engineering, IIT Kharagpur
M. Tech. / MSc in Water Resource Management & Hydrology, TU-Delft (The Netherlands)
He has over 3 years of experience working on global and Indian projects. His projects are varied in nature and location and include "Developing Early flood warning system for Mekong river commission", "Real time flood warning system for Kolkata, India", "Distributed rainfall-runoff model for Myanmar" etc. He brings with him expertise on the use of GIS and Satellite based tools in water resource monitoring and management. He also worked in Trident India Ltd as Project manager where he handled 3 projects independently in the first 8 months of his first job.
Qualification: B. Tech. in Civil Engineering, Kurukshetra University
M. Tech. in Geotechnical Engineering, Kurukshetra University
Jindals Consortium LiDAR is a complete solution provider for mobile mapping using LiDAR. It conducts mapping in all terrains and after detailed processing provides dense 3D point cloud having photographic quality, 360° panoramic HD video/pictures with time stamp, as built drawing, topographical and terrain model. Specification for components of LiDAR are.
The Velodyne HDL-32E LiDAR sensor is small, lightweight, ruggedly built and features up to 32 lasers across a 40° vertical and 360° horizontal field of view. It is designed to capture 7,00,000 points per second within 80-100m radius providing a dense point cloud. Power consumption being minimal and weighing 1kg, it can be mounted on almost all vehicles and is accurate in all terrain.
The xNAV200 is a small GPS/INS system which is ideal for all size and weight constrained applications. The system is designed to deliver superior position, roll/pitch and heading data even in challenging operating environments. 4 GB of on-board storage is available, allowing four days' worth of measurements to be stored internally.
The GoLook camera system combines seven (7) 1080p HD video cameras capturing 30fps into a synchronized, calibrated photogrammetric video imaging system. GoLook has a full 360 degrees horizontal FOV. A simple GPS system is built-in such that street view data can be generated directly without any additional equipment. In addition, it accurately time stamps all imagery making it possible to bore sight with a more accurate trajectory solution.
DJI Phantom 3 is a state of the art Quad-Rotor Drone with built in camera. It is one of the most widely used UAV in the industry. It has various sensors built in necessary for steady operation and navigation for photogrammetry. The images captured from it can be used in any standard photogrammetry software.
The CHC X900SOPUS dual frequency GNSS receiver is designed to deliver high precision, robust performances and reliable technology. The GNSS raw data recording starts automatically and will stop when the receiver is powered off. The combination of L1/L2 GNSS technology and advanced post processing software allows baselines computation up to 100 km. Compact design of 179 x 84 mm (7.0 x 3.3 in) with less than 1.4 kg (49 oz.) makes it an easy to carry GNSS receiver for everyday field work.
Easy to use, efficient and intuitive work flow, designed for advanced network RTK survey, compact and rugged, X91+ is used in advance survey. The size of 180mm X 85mm makes it weigh 1.35 Kg with battery and has unique auto-connect feature with GNSS RTK Networks.
LT30 is the ideal rugged field computer for a large range of application from GIS data collection and maintenance. With an integrated GPRS voice and data modem, exchange of project files is easy. Wireless connection to external devices such as a laser range finder or RTK receiver is simple with its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capability.