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Zenmuse L1

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he Zenmuse L1 has set a new benchmark for Lidar + RGB Aerial Surveying with the introduction of Lidar to the DJI Matrice 300 System. This new all in one gimbal solution integrates a Livox lidar module, a high-accuracy IMU as well as a clear, 1-inch CMOS sensor on a redesigned 3-axis stabilised gimbal. Combined with the DJI Matrice 300 RTK and DJI Terra, this combination forms a complete 360 solution that gives real-time 3D data throughout the day, efficiently capturing all the details of complex structures recreated in highly accurate models.

What is the surveying and mapping accuracy of the L1?

The vertical accuracy of the L1 can reach 5 cm and the horizontal accuracy can reach 10 cm.

Quick facts you need to know about the Zenmuse L1: 

▪ 240,000 pts/s is the Point Rate.

▪ 450m Detection Range with a 80% reflectivity and 0 klx.

▪ 3 Returns are supported with this gimbal.

▪ 2 km2 covered in a single flight

Exceptional and Unparalleled

Efficiency & Accuracy

Generate true-colour point cloud models in real-time or acquire 2km2 of point cloud data in a single flight using the Livox frame Lidar module with 70 FOV and visible light camera with a 1-inch sensor.

In typical operating scenarios, the IMU accuracy of the L1 is 0.025°(roll/pitch)/0.15°(yaw). This means you will be able to render centimetre-accurate reconstructions thanks to its high-accuracy IMU, a vision sensor for positioning accuracy and incorporation of GNSS data.

Robust & Reliable

Ready To Go

The IP44 Rating allows the L1 to be operated in rainy or foggy environments. The Lidar modules active scanning method enables you to fly at night.

Easy Going

Point Cloud LiveView

Real-time point clouds provide immediate insights onsite, so operators are informed to make critical decisions quickly.

You can also verify fieldwork quality by checking point cloud data immediately after each flight.


Detailing Made Easy

Acquire and communicate critical dimensions on the point cloud model using measurements and annotations.