The ease, simplicity, and geometric accuracy of 3D models produced by drone images gives many varied applications across a variety of industries.
Drones can scan large, often hard to access buildings, construction sites, or large areas of land thanks to a process called photogrammetry.
The ease, simplicity, and geometric accuracy of 3D models produced by drone images gives them numerous applications across a variety of industries.
Companies that can benefit from Drone footage
Construction industry can now monitor the progress of a construction site for regular updates, and easily inspect different areas of the site too. The accuracy of the 3D models also means they can be used to calculate distance, area, and volume measurements where required.
Land surveying has become easier by obtaining an up-to-date view of a landscape allowing creation of detailed bare earth models, digital surface models, and true orthomosaics along with generating 3D models of the terrain in question.
Building inspection companies can get a close look at previously unseen angles of properties and equipment more safely and more efficiently.
Architects and Engineering firms can use 3D models to create realistic and detailed context models for their buildings and development projects. Architects use these context models to present how their finished project will look.