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Manual Photogrammetry – Combining Different Flights
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Manual Photogrammetry – Combining Different Flights

The orbital scan is the most efficient aerial manual photogrammetry flight type for relatively small objects. But if your subject falls out of the category of being relatively small, what to do then? Combining multiple types of flights can often be the answer. In this article, we will scan a larger

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Jan 18, 2023
Smartphone Photogrammetry for Stockpile Scanning
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Smartphone Photogrammetry for Stockpile Scanning

Photogrammetry is accessible to everyone. Nowadays, we carry a device capable of taking decent photos every day, and you only need that to create a 3D model of your own. But what about professional applications? Can you use your phone to take pictures of a stockpile and measure it with applicable ac

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Jan 11, 2023
Pixpro and PVsol
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Pixpro and PVsol

We utilize photogrammetric 3D data for various industry-specific use cases. One of those use cases is building scans needed for accurate and interactive solar panel visualization and simulation. PVSOL is a powerful software that can provide these things for PV industry professionals, but it needs da

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Jan 05, 2023
Pixpro And SolarEdge
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Pixpro And SolarEdge

To use photogrammetric data in a specific industry – you need to use specialized tools. SolarEdge designer is a tool for PV professionals that can help to create a simulation and a report of to-be-installed solar panels for residential and industrial roofs. This blog post will look at how to use pho

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Dec 27, 2022
3D Printing and Photogrammetry
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3D Printing and Photogrammetry

3D printing and photogrammetry are becoming two tightly integrated disciplines. The connection is clear – photogrammetry captures 3D data, and 3D printing allows turning it into something physical. Yet some may still question if photogrammetric 3D models can be printed and speculate how much manual

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Dec 21, 2022
Winter Photogrammetry
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Winter Photogrammetry

Winter weather hits unexpectedly every year at about the same time. Every professional working outside has to adapt and overcome winter conditions. It includes photogrammetry professionals doing aerial drone work, heavily impacted by weather. Let us discuss the main challenges we face during winter

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Dec 14, 2022
GCP Workflow in Pixpro
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GCP Workflow in Pixpro

Ground control points – are an essential part of photogrammetry. They provide the best possible absolute accuracy compared to the real world. Because ground control points are part of the scene itself – they are superior to any photo metadata information. In this article, we will focus on the differ

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Dec 08, 2022
Thermal Photogrammetry Basics
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Thermal Photogrammetry Basics

Thermal images reveal what the human eye cannot see. The camera sees in the infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum, clearly allowing it to visualize heat emanating from any object or surface. Infrared heat signature transforms into visible light in a raster image, and we get a new perspective

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Dec 01, 2022
Roof Scanning With Photogrammetry
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Roof Scanning With Photogrammetry

3D roof scanning for inspection and solar panel installation is one of the most common and accessible use cases for photogrammetry. If you are working in this area and looking to take advantage of photogrammetric workflows – this article is for you. Let us take you from A to Z on getting a 3D model

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Nov 24, 2022

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