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Exact recording of areas, surfaces and buildings in seconds

Photogrammetry, the exact three-dimensional geometric reconstruction of the recorded surfaces and objects


Typical examples

    • Urban and landscape planning
    • Architecture, civil engineering, construction sites
    • Gravel pits, quarries, mining, open cast mining, landfills
    • Agricultural land


Get a wide range of photogrammetric analysis and model formats for various applications.

3D efficiency

Create true-to-scale 3D models and topographic surfaces.


The spatial representation in 3D – With the drone you reach the third dimension!

Capture and measure objects and surfaces contact-free with the help of images. High-resolution and current image data from low heights of buildings, properties as well as agricultural land or even open terrain are now essential for analysis for construction and project planning.

Drones can be equipped with cameras. The images used to capture geographic information are of higher quality than satellite images and save the costly use of helicopters or airplanes.

Photogrammetry with drones offers a wide range of photogrammetric evaluations and model formats for direct use, in addition to classic aerial photographs for inspection and damage documentation.

By triangulation, the photogrammetry software generates a 3D model of an object/area from many individual aerial photographs taken from different perspectives. You receive georeferenced, exact and true to size orthophotos and can, depending on the application purpose in the further processing, create e.g. topographic height and volume models, textured surface models or also digital terrain models (DEM, DGM).

Spatial representation of an object or an area e.g. for:

Volume calculations

  • Open pit mine
  • Landfills



  • Agricultural land
  • Urban planning



3D measurement in general

  • Industry
  • Architecture
  • Archaeology
  • Civil engineering

Long-term documentation

  • Historic preservation
  • Construction industry