UAV Data Processing
UAV, an abbreviation for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, is an aircraft that demands no pilot, and can both fly autonomously by pre-programmed flight systems or be remotely controlled. With the best UAV startup in India, be ready to unlock novel insights into the technological era. We grant drone-powered solutions through highly-equipped Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) along with our GIS specialists in action. UAV Surveying and UAV Mapping encourage us to sail through procuring reliable and widespread information effortlessly. Amidst Centimeter Level Accuracy achieved in all our projects. We also embody these UAV solutions as topographical maps such as Digital Terrain Models(DTM), Digital Surface Models, Counter Maps, Orthomosaic Maps, etc. Not only do our clients secure UAV services more promptly but also with added cost-effectiveness. Not just this but UAV drones, along with drones services, are also enriching industries with sound decision making.
With drone applications stretching its arms to various industries, UAV Data Processing is the latest wave in the Geospatial realm. Our robust and compelling computing server quickly scales up the Data processing Operations of 1000s of Kilometers of Aerial Data without jeopardizing its quality. Holding Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning by our side, we continue to achieve up to 99% accuracy in Volumetric Measurements, Crop yield estimation, damage detection, etc.
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Drone images are corrected for image distortion and stitched together during post-processing to create a highly-accurate orthomosaic map. Each pixel contains 2D geo-information (X, Y) and can directly procure accurate measurements, such as horizontal distances and surfaces.
3D Point Cloud
A densified point cloud can be generated from drone images. Each point contains geospatial (X, Y, Z) and color information. It provides a very accurate model for distance (slant and horizontal), area and volume measurements.
Digital Surface Models (DSM)
Drone images can also be used to create DSM models of the area. Each pixel contains 2D information (X, Y) and the altitude (Z value) of the highest point for this position.
Digital Terrain Models (DTM)
After filtering objects such as buildings, the drone images can be used to create DTMs with each pixel containing 2.5D information (X, Y, and Z value of the highest altitude).
Depending on the project requirements, either the DTM or DSM model, with custom contour intervals, can be used to create a contour lines map, giving you a better understanding of the surface of the area shot by the drone.
3D textured mesh
The 3D textured mesh is a reproduction of the edges, faces, vertices and texture of the area shot by the drone. This model is most useful for visual inspection or for when external stakeholders or public involvement is essential for a project.