Yes! The geoDSR can also be configured on the rugged tablet PC.
In general, No. The included tablet model has been carefully selected, configured and tested in house to meet the specialized geoDVR software/hardware operating requirements. However we do understand there are some situations such as corporate IT requirements to use company-issued devices, in which case Remote Geo professionals will coordinate with the organization’s IT and cyber security teams on an appropriate deployment plan.
Yes – with some DJI models, and LineVision Desktop – Ultimate, you can use the data from the DJI Fight Record log TXT file to geotag the video so that an approximation of the “camera-target-footprint” shows on the map with this data. You can then enable the map overlay. But again remember this is really an approximation. Unlike the aircraft gimbal systems, the DJI’s do not have a laser rangefinder to get LineVision all the ideal metadata parameters to get the 4-corner information really accurate. Also at this time you cannot export a video file with the video overlaid, the client will at least need the LineVision Desktop – Basic edition to view the data overlaid on the video.
Also, all versions of LineVision also allow you and clients to video player synced with a moving map flight route and data side by side.
This will really depend on what GPS device you choose to use with the geoDVR. The geoDVR Mini ships with a Garmin 18x receiver and the geoDVR Gen3 features an internal GPS receiver and with that you can probably expect around 3 meter accuracy. The geoDVR Mini can connect to most NMEA-compliant GPS devices so if you have a high-end survey grade GPS unit with differential correction you can use that. In airborne applications, when connected to a compatible gimbal camera with the correct metadata parameters, the geoDVR Mini also can geotag where the camera is looking at the ground with great accuracy to display the “camera target footprint” on the map, or CTF as we call it.