Photographic renderings of geographic regions are used as visual complements to GIS, or geographic information systems. A GIS is used to display several layers of information related to a geographic context, in a visually significant way. Roads, flood zones, demographic information or landmarks, there are plenty of data sets that can benefit from this kind of spatial visualization.
Orthophotography makes it possible to contextualize layers of information over a photographic background representing the corresponding geographical area, in accordance with the true physical distribution of the territory on a flat and precisely scaled plane, regardless of the actual variations in elevation.
Large scale Terrain modelling
Part of our fleet is the Intel® Sirius™ Pro fixed wing UAV designed for large area flying it is able to perform fully automated flights over inaccessible terrain without the need to set ground control points, significantly reducing time, cost and human risk.
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