Orthomosaic imaging

Updated: Nov 19, 2020

An Orthomosaic Map Photo is a group of aerial photos shot directly above the subject to produce a map that's geometrically corrected (“orthorectified”) this kind of that the scale is uniform: the photo has the same lack of distortion to be a map. An orthomosaic (interactive drone map) is a geometrically correct aerial image that is composed of many individual still images that are stitched together.

Our orthomosaic pictures are accurate representations with the Earth’s surface area, having been modified for topographic relief, lens distortion, digital camera tilt and shot, with close to double the pixels and resolution of our competition.

DroneDeploy permits a number of Tastes to personalize your map element, resolution, and pictures that may be captured. Here is a proof of the different Tastes:

For hundreds of years, surveyors had been tasked with walking to address the land they surveyed. This may be quite demanding and time consuming to say the the very least. Just visualize walking a 200-acre bit of land to find the assets corners as a way to find out the topography from the land, not to mention owning to handle the vegetation that will exist around the assets. Nowadays, surveyors and engineering firms can utilize a drone to assist in these jobs.

Drone surveys can gain numerous apps in different industries. Check out how WingtraOne’s owners use drone aerial imagery in many surveying assignments.