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After deciding on the area or structures needing to be mapped, we use automated flight systems to plan a route that covers the area.
Using a process called photogrammetry, we capture hundreds of images from many different angles resulting in a large data set. This data is then processed using different software systems that generate a 3D model complete with textures.
Using the 3D model we are then able to produce a range of different outcomes, from web-based 3D viewers through to interactive 3D tours (see examples below).
Using remote aerial systems has many benefits compared to traditional ground-based survey methods and practices.
Aerial systems are a cost effective and accurate way of documenting and surveying historical and archaeological sites. 3D models generated from the aerial data can be used for many different types of analysis, or further developed into 3D tours showing what sites looked like at different periods in time (like our Wheal Prosper example above).
3D aerial mapping provides much faster and detailed methods of carrying out geological/landscape surveys. It is also a safer alternative for locations that are difficult or dangerous to reach, such as cliff erosion inspections. An automated remote system also means that the data can be analysed again in the future from the same survey points.
For outdoor leisure businesses, such as golf courses, showing customers what you have to offer is vital. Interactive 3D tours of individual elements of your site, or a map of the whole location is a great way to attract visitors and show key information about your services. Combined with photos and videos, customers get a useful and memorable experience prior to and during their visit.