The use of drones for 2D and 3D mapping applications would enable our client to acquire a precise and detailed image/model of any site of interest. The image/model is an asset which can be used in developing strategies, improve workflow, increase efficiency and reducing cost.
The 3D model is one of the best aids in visualising the three dimensionalities of an object or a building of interest as it provides a clear perception of size and depth. It is a perfect tool for project showcase, presentation, and interactive web design.
Drone volume calculation would enable the measurement of the stockpile with high accuracy and precision. The drone, fitted with RTK abilities, would be used to capture the photographs of the stockpile.
Through the use of an RTK drone, a pin-point accuracy of the latitude and longitude coordinates can be assured. The imagery will then be processed by using specialised software to create a point-cloud of all the measurements.
Digital Orthophoto Map (DOM) is a raster image generated by merging orthophotos such as an aerial or satellite photograph. As the images are corrected for perspective error, it would appear that they have been taken from vertically above, at an infinite distance.
Digital Terrain Model (DTM) provides a bare earth representation of terrain or surface topography. It is useful for the design of railroad, highway, and transmission cable as it consists of calculation of area, volume and slope for various project.
Digital Surface Model (DSM) refers to a ground elevation model that includes object heights on the surface such as buildings, bridges, and trees. It can be used to monitor the urban plan and growth of the forest.