Tehnology of UAS Aerial Imaging

What is an orthophoto imaging?

The orthophoto is an aerial photograph that is geometrically corrected ("orthorectified") so that the scale is the same. Unlike the uncorrected aerial photo, the orthophoto can be used to measure true distances because it is an accurate representation of the Earth's surface after it has been aligned in terms of topographical relief, lens distortion, and camera inclination. After orthophotographing, we receive a georeferenced orthophoto plan and digital relief pattern (DTM, DSM, etc.).

UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) is a leading mapping solution that does not use human interference on board. With this system, excellence in image capture and data accuracy is achieved. The end products serve to create DTM, DSM and DEM models. Using a photogrammetric software tailored to the aircraft, a cloud of points is extracted in a georeferenced format that can be processed with any CAD or GIS software.

 

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