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3D modeling of a tourism residence – Merging lidar and photogrammetry

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3D modeling by aerial photogrammetry of a roof and merging on a cloud realized by terrestrial lidar system. Results obtained from 314 aerial images taken by the company Altitude Drone Diagnostic. Post-processing by Drones Imaging. 3D scan realized as part of the rehabilitation of ski stations in Val d’Isère. The 3D modeling of roof elements […]

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Implementation of relay antennas on a 3D model made by photogrammetry

Building Information Model (BIM): Pre-work study of a water tower modeled by photogrammetry and intended to receive an antenna system. Results obtained from 283 aerial images taken by the company Artech Drone. Post processing by Drones Imaging. This 3D modeling, qualified with a centimeter accuracy, was used in a CAD software and subsequently enriched with […]

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Photogrammetry & 3D imaging: Rabati castle (Georgia)

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Cultural Heritage Protection: 3D modeling of the Rabati castle. Rabati Castle (Georgian: რაბათის ციხე), is a medieval castle complex in Akhaltsikhe, Georgia. Built in the 13th century, initially was called the Lomisa castle until it was conquered by Ottomans. Topographical survey, May 2016. Results obtained from 1932 aerial photographs taken by drone. The orthophoto and […]

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Building Information Model by photogrammetry: Chaumont viaduct

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BIM (Building Information Model) viaduct located at kilometer point (KP) 260.757 of the Paris-East line to Mulhouse City. Results obtained from 5900 aerial images. Type: masonry vaults. Length: 654m Height: 52m Aerial photographic coverage: 5900 images. Source: Data acquisition & post processing by Drones Imaging. Camera: Sony RX100 III. Orthophoto: GSD 5mm.

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Building Information Model (BIM) – Le Pecq viaduct

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Post processing and images taken by Drones Imaging. Le Pecq, region of Paris: The first step of 3D modeling of the viaduct (by photogrammetry) was sufficiently precise to realize a BIM (Building Information Model). Displayed in software using the 3 dimensions, this model allows to increase productivity in the design and installation of adjacent superstructures such as […]

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