E3S Web Conf.
Volume 94, 2019International Symposium on Global Navigation Satellite System 2018 (ISGNSS 2018)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Positioning Technology and Applications|
|Published online||08 May 2019|
Analyze Angle of the Camera Payload LSU-02 in Mission of Aerial Photo
LAPAN, Aeronautics Technology Center, Indonesia
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In carrying out its mission, LAPAN Surveillance UAV version 2 (LSU-02) was equipped with a camera payload sensor mounted on a gimbal system. When taking upright aerial photos according to photogrammetric requirements, the axis of the aerial camera must be aligned with the direction of gravity with a slope tolerance less than 3 degrees (<3°), so that the shooting results meet the map to the desired standard. The camera payload was equipped with a 3-axis gimbal system which pitch and roll directions installed by the gyro sensor to measure the camera's tilt angle. Gimbal camera payload with dimensions (160×170×155) mm are designed to be installed on a casing (190×190×180) mm according to the available space in the LSU-02 payload space, which was the length x width x height (190×190×180) mm. Testing was done by flying LSU-02 on Rumpin and Pamengpeuk runway. From the test results, it was obtained the deviation of roll and pitch angle less than 3degree, which the gimbal angle oscillation when the payload camera shooting was only ± 1 degree with the respon time until it reaches a stable condition of approximately 35 to 55 seconds, and the offset value for roll and pitch approximately -1 degree, which it has met the standard for making aerial photo maps according to photogrammetric requirements.
Key words: gimbal / payload / upright aerial photo / pitch angle / roll angle / LSU-02
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