Implementation

We manufacture photogrammetric products with a wide range of applications.

These include: low-level photos acquired in the visible and near-infrared range, numerical altitude models, altitude point clouds, orthophotomaps and photoplans, maps of surface features, layers and bases of specified objects, as well as many more.

Co-recording of low-level photos using a system equipped with an arrangement of two cameras, recording in the blue, green, red and infrared radiation ranges, enables assessment of the condition of plants. Based on selected spectral indicators, it is possible to estimate the condition of forest stands, as well as the detection of areas with varying degrees of humidity.

Low-level photos are a source of high-resolution spatial information. Based on their interpretation, it is possible to detect objects and natural processes. One of the possible applications is the identification of underwater vegetation patches. In case of observing the bottom in the visible range, the physico-chemical state of the waters, especially turbidity, is of key importance.

Unmanned aerial vehicles are an effective source of information on the technical condition of infrastructure facilities and a powerful tool for controlling accordance of ongoing investment work with the schedule. Based on high-resolution orthophotomaps and numerical height models, it is possible to control the compatibility of technical parameters of an investment with the design assumptions.

Image data recorded with the consideration of the near infrared channel is a rich source of information for farmers. Based on such data, it is possible to determine some vegetation indices that are an effective tool for assessing the physiological status of specimens. Based on the volatility of these indicators, it is possible to precisely plan field activities, which may result in a reduction of costs incurred for fertilizers and plant protection products.

The images obtained using the technology of unmanned aerial vehicles allows the observation of the terrain microbial. It gives the possibility of detecting natural forms as well as manifestations of anthropogenic transformations, including technical objects. It becomes possible to quickly assess the status of such objects, and even monitoring aimed at early detection of geohazards associated with mass movements on a large scale

Using the acquired images, we create orthophotomaps, or mosaics of many photographs, subjected to such a geometrical transformation as a result of which each object is visible as if it was observed from above. Such products are an irreplaceable source of real location of objects in space.

Detection of objects such as water, buildings or elements of technical infrastructure is possible due to various classification methods using image and altitude data as input files. Using the classification results, you can measure the number of objects and the intensity of phenomena that are not available in the raw picture due to the redundancy of information.

High-resolution low-ceiling orthophotomaps are an excellent source of information that can be used to stocktaking of resources, for example, the number of vehicles.

The cloud of altitude points obtained from the low ceiling allows a better understanding of the spatial structure of the analyzed object. Very dense clouds of points allow you to estimate some of the criteria for assessing the technical condition, identify devastation phenomena, and even provide a source of spatial information to help you choose the right location for your investment.

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Gottlieba Daimlera 2, 02-460 Warsaw