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Photogrammetry is a technique that involves using photographs or video to obtain measurements and create 3D models objects or spaces. By analyzing the relationships between multiple photographs, photogrammetry software can calculate distances, angles, and other dimensions to create accurate representations of real-world objects. This technology is used in a variety of fields, including surveying, mapping, and architecture. 

All work is done in
6K. This enables you to zoom into the image without sacrificing detail making data sets easier to read. 

What is photogrammetry?

Digital surface model 

A digital surface model, or DSM, is a representation of the terrain or surface of the earth. It is created by gathering data from various sources, such as satellite imagery, aerial photography, and LiDAR technology. The DSM is a tool in fields such as urban planning, agriculture, and environmental management, as it provides a detailed and accurate view of the surface topography.

Aerial digital surface model

An orthomosaic is a type of aerial photograph that is geometrically corrected to have a uniform scale. This means that the image has been adjusted to remove any distortions caused by the angle of the camera or the terrain, resulting in an accurate and detailed representation of the area being photographed. Orthomosaics are commonly used in fields such as agriculture, construction, and surveying to provide precise measurements and analysis of large areas.

Aerial orthomosiac

3D Modeling

Drones have played a vital role in enhancing the efficiency of 3D modeling. With the ability to capture images from multiple vantage points, drones have substantially improved the accuracy and detail of the resulting 3D models. The combination of photogrammetry and drone technology has significantly revolutionized the field of image capture and information gathering

Aerial 3D model of a neighborhood.
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