- 3D Models are a pioneering method of acquiring data for architectural visualization, inspections and construction update imaging.
- Agricultural NDVI Plant Health Models can produce multispectral images that track changes in plants and indicate their health.
- Orthomosaic Map Generation is the automated process for taking single images and photomosaic them into one single image. This process will generate a high-resolution Georeferenced Image and optionally a Digital surface model in various formats. You can then take measurements from aerial photographs and convert images of land masses into maps, 3D models, or drawings.
- Digital Elevation Models (DEM) are raster datasets or grids that list the highest vertical point (z) recorded for every horizontal coordinate (x,y). When visualized, these raster files depict the shape of your site’s terrain, which can be used as a reference for the topography you’re working on.
Volumetric Surveys are performed for several reasons, such as obtaining volumes of material stockpiles, determining required fill, or calculating the amount of material removed from a site. Volumetric surveys are used by quarry operators, contractors, and waste disposal facilities.