UAS Applications Are Ubiquitous

UAS Applications Are Ubiquitous

Unmanned aerial systems (UASs) include imaging systems and/or airborne Lidar systems on an ever-increasing number of variously sized, remotely piloted fixed-wing or multi-propeller...

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UAS Photogrammetry and Railway Mapping

UAS Photogrammetry and Railway Mapping

Today’s photogrammetric software is able to create dense and precise digital surface models (DSMs), digital elevation models (DEMs) and orthoimages. But is the accuracy suffi...

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Reconstructing a Mythical Past in 3D

Reconstructing a Mythical Past in 3D

UAS photogrammetry has been used to create a printed 3D model of the area around Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, UK. The model is on display in the new visitor centre at the castle. V...

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UAS Survey of Rapa Nui

UAS Survey of Rapa Nui

Unmanned aerial systems (UASs) can be easily transported and this beneficial feature is ideal for photogrammetric surveys of remote spaces. Rapa Nui (Easter Island), the most isola...

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Modelling Prague Castle with a UAS

Modelling Prague Castle with a UAS

In a recent project to obtain detailed and accurate orthoimages and 3D models to support technical staff in maintaining Prague Castle in the Czech Republic, the site was captured b...

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Reconstructing a Church in 3D

Reconstructing a Church in 3D

Reconstruction and maintenance work in historical buildings such as churches requires detailed and accurate information about them, but it can be difficult and expensive to acquire...

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UAS Experiences in Africa

UAS Experiences in Africa

When conducting surveys in countries near the equator, environmental conditions can be harsh. Heat, dust and humidity may disrupt sensitive equipment, while distrustful locals may...

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UAVs in the Mining Industry

UAVs in the Mining Industry

A growing number of mining companies are employing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Equipped with digital cameras, such remote-controlled small aircraft generate high-resolution ae...

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