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Getting started with UgCS flight planning
✅ UgCS is a UAV mission planning and flight control software solution designed by SPH Engineering team to meet the demands of professional drone pilots and surveyors around the world. Supporting most popular UAV platforms, UgCS allows precise flight planning and execution over complex surfaces, terrain following, and map customization. Additionally, UgCS allows completing the surveys even when offline.

- Connecting your drone
- Flight planning with terrain following using:
--- Waypoints
--- Surveys (photogrammetry, area scan)
--- Corridor mapping
--- Vertical inspections
- Route import from KML / CSV
- Route export to KML, allowing routes created in UgCS to be imported and used in DJI Pilot
- Route management
- Using custom maps and digital elevation models (DEM)
- Tips for using UgCS offline
- Q&A

✅ The webinar is free of charge and requires registration.
The webinar will be recorded - please register to get the link to the video recording!

✅ Discover UgCS https://www.ugcs.com/
✅ About SPH Engineering https://sph-engineering.com/
✅ With any questions please contact support@ugcs.com.

✅ Join us on December, 9th, 6 PM (GMT+2) for the live webinar to have a quick-start guide on flight planning with UgCS.
8 AM Los Angeles, CA, USA (PST = GMT-7)
10:00 Mexico City, Mexico (CST = GMT-5)
11:00 Toronto, Canada (EST = GMT-4)
11 AM New York, NY, USA (EST = GMT-4)
18:00 Riga, Latvia (EET = GMT+2)
20:00 Dubai, UAE (GMT+4)
00:00 Beijing, China (CST = GMT+8)
01:00 Tokyo, Japan (JST = GMT+9)

Dec 9, 2021 06:00 PM in Helsinki

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Kristaps Brass
Engineer, Lead Trainer @SPH Engineering
An engineer graduate from the Tallinn University of Technology, Kristaps has been working in the field of unmanned aviation with SPH Engineering for the past 7 years. Kristaps has experience in piloting UAVs with payloads such as airborne GPR, magnetometers, echosounders as well as launching drone shows and training customers from across the world, from Australia to Brazil. In 2019 he participated in an expedition in Greenland in search of a lost WWII airplane.