Sensors and Systems
Breaking News
ParaZero and KULR Technology Group Form Working Strategic Partnership to Serve Military and Drone Markets
Rating12345Tel Aviv, Israel, Dec – ParaZero Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq:...
French Geospatial leader Echo Analytics acquires Dutch startup Roam.ai., opening doors to an unparalleled 360-degree Location Platform
Rating12345 Echo Analytics’ acquisition of Roam.ai merges advanced SDK technology with...
Capella Space to Launch Two Acadia Satellites with SpaceX
Rating12345Acadia-generation satellites to launch on SpaceX’s Bandwagon-1 mission and on the...

October 2nd, 2023
Virtual Surveyor Unveils Photogrammetry App in Major New Release of Smart Drone Survey Software

  • Rating12345

AARSCHOT, Belgium– Virtual Surveyor has added drone photogrammetry capabilities to the latest release of its popular Virtual Surveyor smart drone surveying software. The new Terrain Creator app photogrammetrically processes drone photos to generate survey-grade terrains which then transfer seamlessly into the traditional Virtual Surveyor workspace where the real survey work can be performed.

“Virtual Surveyor software is now two desktop apps in one subscription package that create a seamless end-to-end drone survey workflow to save time and money,” said Tom Op ‘t Eyndt, Virtual Surveyor CEO. “Terrain Creator removes complexity from the drone photogrammetry process, offering a visual and intuitive application to produce an orthomosaic and digital surface model (DSM) from drone photos.”

Virtual Surveyor software was originally developed to bridge the gap between drone photogrammetric processing applications and engineering design packages. Until this new release, users had to rely on third-party software to generate elevation models and an orthomosaic that could then be worked on with the Virtual Surveyor toolset to derive the 3D topographic information needed by engineers for construction, surface mining, and excavation projects.

“Drone surveyors no longer have to spend money on a third-party photogrammetry package to convert their drone photos into an orthomosaic and DSMs,” said Op ‘t Eyndt. “It just comes with our package, and the fully integrated workflow eliminates the time spent porting photogrammetry products from another package into Virtual Surveyor.”

Once the survey-grade terrains flow from the Terrain Creator into the Virtual Surveyor desktop app, users access the familiar interactive virtual environment and robust toolsets to generate CAD models, create cut-and-fill maps and calculations, or calculate volume reports – just as they always have in Virtual Surveyor.

Current subscribers to Virtual Surveyor Ridge and Peak editions will see their software updated automatically to Version 9.0 with Terrain Creator. A flexible licensing setup will allow two users within a subscribing organization to use the Terrain Creator and Virtual Surveyor applications simultaneously from different computers.

Virtual Surveyor will demonstrate the new software release with Terrain Creator at InterGEO 2023 (Hall 1.2, Stand D1.030) on October 10-12 in Berlin, Germany, and other trade fairs this fall.

To start a free 14-day trial of Virtual Surveyor and to view details of the Valley, Ridge, and Peak pricing plans, visit www.virtual-surveyor.com.

About Virtual Surveyor

Virtual Surveyor software enables professional surveyors to generate accurate topographic end products from drone photos five times faster than traditional field work in a seamless fully integrated workflow. Now used in 88 countries, Virtual Surveyor creates topographic information from drone data in very short timeframes. In a typical application, the suite generates an orthomosaic and digital surface model (DSM) from UAV imagery and then transfers the survey-grade terrain products to an interactive virtual environment onscreen where surveyors can select the survey points and breaklines that define topography. Standard topographic outputs from the Virtual Surveyor software are Surfaces or TINs (Triangular Irregular Network), Contours, Line Surveys, Stockpile Reports and Cut-and-Fill Maps for use in a variety of engineering design applications.

Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4iywCyrctY

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *