Ortho and DSM with Drones
Drones are flown over areas of interest to acquire aerial data. This information only brings value to the end-user once processed into a usable product. In the case of imagery, we use a complete photogrammetry workflow to generate an accurate DSM (Digital Surface Model) and an orthomosaic. The DSM is then further processed to remove vegetation and buildings in order to create a DTM (Digital Surface Model).
What do I get?
You will get an accurate DSM and DTM in grid format (.asc, .tif, .dwg) that you can easily reimport into any GIS or CAD software. Additionally, an orthomosaic divided into tiles will be delivered.
How can I use this report?
These three products represent the fundamental basis across all industries for surveying and mapping. They directly respond to various visualization needs and can also be used to perform subsequent measurements and calculations.