Aerial imagery, point cloud data capture can produce highly precise, georeferenced 2D maps and 3D models. They’re customizable, timely, and compliment a wide range of applications and software.

Everything flows from the data captured to create the digital elevation model (DEM) – a digital model or 3D representation of the surface of a terrain. DEM is used an overarching term for two types of 3d digital models – the digital surface model (DSM) and the digital terrain model (DTM) representing bare ground surface.

We can perform volumetric measurements, refine triangle meshes for realistic 3D textured models that can be visualized via “walk through” simulations, produce true orthomosaic high resolution aerial maps with corrected perspective. 3D visualisations are just another aspect of elevation modelling that is becoming increasingly popular for marketing new and planned developments.