Supported Sensors: RGB
Supported Resolution: 500.00 cm/px or less
Estimated Processing: 0.5-3 Hours
Generates 2d and 3d outputs based on a SFM process.
A zip file containing KML referencing PNG tiles that can be imported into applications such as Google Earth and Google Maps.
A file that represents the full orthomosaic image and its associated world file.
A geo-referenced orthomosaic image (JPG, PNG, etc).
A file containing elevation values representing the terrain height.
A computer file format known as the Polygon File Format. The file format describes an object as a list of nominally flat polygons. There are a variety of properties that can be stored such as color, transparency, surface normals, texture coordinates and data confidence values.
The LAS file format is a public file format for the interchange of 3-dimensional point cloud data data between data users. Although developed primarily for exchange of LIDAR point cloud data, this format supports the exchange of any 3-dimensional x,y,z tuplet.
This is a universally accepted file format. This format represents the position of each vertex, the UV position of each texture coordinate vertex, vertex normals, and the faces that make each polygon defined as a list of vertices, and the texture vertices; this represents 3D geometry.
Contour lines are a familiar way to represent surfaces on a map. A contour is a line through all contiguous points with equal height. Contours are delivered as a polyline ESRI shapefile with a set interval.
A compressed Universal 3D model embedded in a PDF document, viewable in any PDF viewer - e.g. Adobe Acrobat Viewer
Report in PDF format.
Legend for Algorithm Outputs
An XML-based file format storing geographic data that can be rendered in applications such as Google Earth and Google Maps.
Algorithm output in ESRI Shapefile format.
A zip archive containing fishnet shapefile output from the algorithm.
DXF is a CAD data file format first developed by Autodesk for the purpose of data interoperability between AutoCAD and other programs. This format will enable the usage of 3D data in CAD software
Point cloud is a set of data points in three-dimensional coordinate system. Point clouds are used for many purposes, including to create 3D CAD models for manufactured parts, metrology/quality inspection and animation.