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Pix4D and DigiArt partners evaluated the drone mapping process for archaeology by modeling King Philip II’s palace in Greece, using four different consumer drones and Pix4D mapping technology.
Estimating Rockfall Danger After a Landslide
Drone mapping technology provided critical information of a landslide which happened in Switzerland in 2015. In Pix4Dmapper, it is intuitive to estimate the volumes of a falling rock and the height it was falling from, which assisted the local government for immediate decision making.
Introducing Pix4Dmapper 2.2
Introducing Pix4Dmapper 2.2: Easily manage multiple volume measurements, edit and sharpen mesh surfaces, remove background for clearer orthoplanes, use images from 360° cameras, and more…
King Clone: Botanical Archaeology with Parrot Sequoia
Mapping the thousand-year-old shrub rings using a Sequoia multispectral camera helped shed light onto how the plant’s physiology changes with age.
Inspection of the Tallest UK Tower
Inspection of the Emley Moor Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the UK with a broadcast range of over 10,000 km. sq. RSK Orbital surveyed the tower and reconstructed it in 3D with Pix4Dmapper, enabling the inspection of small patches and cracks without exposing workers to extremely dangerous conditions…