View thermal data full-screen or as an overlay on RGB data. Adjust color mapping of thermal information and set reference points to detect relative hotspots in your thermal video stream.
Replay your flight frame by frame, in fast forward, or regular speed.
View in real-time and in sync with the inspection footage the camera pitch angle as well as the robot altitude, camera panning/pitch, and heading.
Use POIs marked during a flight to seek through your flight data and review the most important portion of a flight.
Add a name and description to each POI to associate your observations with visual data.
Add POI as you find more relevant information to document, move POIs to reference the most relevant video frame, and remove the POIs that are no longer necessary.
Undistort images by applying a lens correction profile and get a flatten image where objects are represented with their actual shape.
Measure the size of visual features in your footage. This feature helps in decision making by giving a size estimate.
Simply connect your Elios 2 to your computer, Inspector 2.0 will automatically detect it and offer to import your last flights into your computer and create individual projects.
Simplify your documentation process by exporting all your POIs including image, name, description, and metadata into a Word document. And if you want to use your favorite documentation tool, you can export your POIs as a simple set of images.
Extract a dataset, ready to be processed with Pix4D, right from Inspector 2.0. This feature will extract frames from your footage at a given rate and tag them with the right camera model to be immediately recognized by Pix4D during the project creation process.