Posts Tagged 'photogrammetry'

WWD Podcast – Episode 11: Jason Hagon at GeoDrone Survey

Published November 6, 2017

Our guest is Jason Hagon, who is a Director at GeoDrone Survey!  With a geospatial background from the University of Aberdeen and ongoing research efforts with the UAS Centre for Environmental Monitoring and Mapping (UCEMM), Jason began GeoDrone survey along with his partner Jonathan Adams in 2016, and have seen some great early success.  Their drone mapping efforts have included a flight mission on an ...

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WWD Podcast – Episode 8: Peter Seeley, Professional Photogrammetrist

Published July 11, 2017

Our guest is Peter Seeley, a photogrammetrist with 30 years of experience in the industry!  Photogrammetry is such an integral part of commercial UAV work today, and allows for the high value data products that countless drone companies deliver to clients. While working with Strategic ...

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Best Practices for UAV Mapping: 5 Tips for Delivering Better Data

When you first start to plan mapping missions with UAVs, you realize there are a lot of factors at play.  How high should I fly?  What speed should my UAV be flying? How much front overlap and sidelap do I need?  What should my camera settings be?  What camera lens is best? These are all questions that UAV pilots ponder when they first start mapping with drones.  This is especially true if you have a custom built drone ...

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