The following explanation is valid for WingtraOne IDs >1135. You will find the corresponding guide for WingtraOne systems <=1135 on page 61ff in the WingtraOne Manual PDF
For every flight mission, a folder with the project's name is created on the SD card in the "WingtraPilotProjects" folder. Both the collected images and GNSS data of the corresponding flight are saved in this project folder. You can geotag the collected images in the field after completing each flight or in the office after completing multiple flights throughout the day. If you have a WingtraOne with a PPK add-on, please read the article on PPK Geotagging to assign high-precision PPK geotags to the images.
For non-PPK geotagging, you can do it on the tablet by using WingtraPilot or on a Windows 10 computer using WingtraHub. Check out the Install WingtraHub - PPK processing toolchain for information about how to install and setup WingtraHub.
All you have to do is take out the SD card from the camera after the flight(s), put it into the tablet or computer, and start the geotagging procedure as follows:
2. Select the project(s) that you would like to geotag, then click "Next".
3. If you want a faster tagging process and do not need the coordinates embedded into images, you can check the "CSV output only" box to get only the coordinates of the images in a single CSV file. The format of the created CSV file can be selected in the "Settings" tab.
4. Click "Start tagging" to start the process.
5. Once the geotagging is done, WingtraPilot will inform you if the process was successful and will let you know how many images have been tagged in total.
After geotagging, you get accurate geolocation information for each flight image. It is provided in a CSV file in the OUTPUT folder of your project, and if selected in the EXIF metadata of your images.
Here is an overview of the final content of the project folder inside the "WingtraPilotProjects" folder:
The output GNSS coordinates from the geotagging process for WingtraOne with PPK and WingtraOne without PPK differ! Please refer to the table below for the correct coordinate system.
The coordinate system for the output GNSS coordinates from the geotagging process is as shown in the table below:
To learn more about how to use output data from the geotagging process, please refer to the Image Postprocessing Software article.