RECOGNITION OF CUSTOMER’S REQUIREMENTS AND RECONCILIATION ON THE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT
This stage includes the reconciliation of the customer's needs, i.e. the identification of spatial information that is needed by the client. At this stage, the purpose of the order and the general path leading to its achievement are being determined.
PREPARATION OF THE AERIAL PHOTO MISSION PROJECT
Next, the critical conditions for obtaining interesting spatial information are determined, i.e. the minimum meteorological and environmental conditions necessary for the safe execution of the mission, the scope of necessary permits, technical details such as spatial resolution of analysis, aircraft speed, the level of raids, as well as specification of subsequent stages of the project.
EXECUTION OF FIELD WORK
The next stage involves the establishment of necessary calibration and validation measurements, such as the stabilization of the local geodetic warp and control points, as well as the implementation of the aerial photo mission.
PROCESSING OF PHOTOGRAMMETRIC DATA
Based on the obtained data, basic photogrammetric surveys, such as point cloud, orthophotomap or altitude models, are generated as the operating material for spatial analysis.
ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL DATA
Using photogrammetric surveys are carried out depending on the needs: geometric measurements, vectorization of objects, remote sensing classifications, prognostic and simulation calculations. Such analysis may include, for example, the measurement of the volume of the solid, the determination of the main flow paths, or the determination of the sum of the annual intensity of solar radiation.
GEOPORTAL CONSTRUCTION AND DATA MANAGEMENT
Taking advantage of the results from the previous stages, a geoportal is created to visualize and share spatial data.
PREPARING A REPORT
A report is being prepared, including a coverage on the work carried out, as well as the results of spatial analysis together with a relevant description, allowing a diligent identification of the analyzed problem.