This technology enables us to produce client reports with a wide photogrammetric map or 3D model and a range of spatial and image data with highly detailed elevation data, a high resolution, 2D composite image and 3d point clouds.


Aerial surveying accuracy is interpreted in two ways: relative and absolute. Relative accuracy is the measurement of how objects are positioned relative to each other in a reconstructed model (Orthophoto map, Digital Surface Model or 3D point cloud). Absolute accuracy refers to the difference between the location of the objects on the reconstructed model and their true position on the Earth (or a geodetic coordinate system).


We recommend this service for most small areas and simple use cases.


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