4 ways to view a piece of land that has been Aerial scanned by a drone...

Individual images are combined through photogrammetry to create 3d maps. These maps offer a unique perspective on a piece of land by giving us the opportunity to explore it from any angle.

 
 

Individual images are orthomosaically processed into a single, high-resolution, georeferenced composite aerial image which can be exported as .jpg or GeoTIFF format. GeoTiff can be used with GIS applications as it is georeferenced.

Elevation
Individual images are orthomosaically processed into a single, georeferenced composite aerial image which can be exported as .jpg or GeoTIFF format. GeoTiff can be used with GIS applications as it is georeferenced. The maps assign colours to height ranges, very useful for looking at drainage on sites and levelling. Heights can be selected to display only areas of a specific height.
 
 
Plant Health
Individual images are orthomosaically processed into a single, georeferenced composite aerial image which can be exported as .jpg or GeoTIFF format. GeoTiff can be used with GIS applications as it is georeferenced. Drone cameras catch 3 bands of light (RGB), using algorithmns, reflected light from plants can be analysed to provide information about plant health in NDVI maps.
 
3 dimensional map navigation tips
Navigating these maps is done in a number of ways depending on how they are being viewed.
 
If using a desktop and mouse then:
  • scroll wheel : zoom in/out
  • left click hold and drag: rotate
  • double click/tap: rotate around selected area
  • right click and drag: shifts the whole model
If using a macbook, or any laptop without a mouse or right click option then:
  • two fingers swipe or 'pinch': zoom in/out
  • left click (click) hold and drag: rotate
  • double click/tap: rotate around selected area
  • hold 'shift' and drag: shifts the whole model
The same range of movements can be used on mobile devices too, this may vary depending on the device, using a laptop or desktop computer with a mouse is more likely to give you a better experience in viewing the maps!
​3d Maps are CPU intensive, it can be difficult loading the maps on mobile devices, if the page crashes, sometimes refreshing it will get the map loaded.
For Best results try using chrome or firefox and that devices are up to date

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