From now until 4 April, the GIM International Aerial Mapping Weeks are helping you to explore the latest aerial mapping solutions and discover the ever-expanding range of products and services they can generate.
Reality 3D models, Lidar points clouds, super-high-resolution aerial imagery and value-added datasets based on artificial intelligence… these are just a few of the products that can be derived from aerial mapping. From now until 4 April, the GIM International Aerial Mapping Weeks will enrich your knowledge with the latest insights, trends and developments. Join us on this journey to explore the latest aerial mapping solutions and discover the ever-expanding range of products and services they can generate.
Aerial mapping plays a crucial role in delivering up-to-date and accurate data to inform decision-making. Today, the airborne market for area-wide 3D data acquisition is undergoing a noticeable shift towards a hybrid mapping concept. In the near future, airborne data collection activities are increasingly expected to be performed by a mix of active and passive sensors. One key recent innovation is the combination of three sensor types – nadir camera, oblique cameras and a Lidar unit – in a single geospatial data acquisition system.
The Aerial Mapping Weeks will be supported by a themed web page, extra newsletters and an abundance of new articles, columns, Q&As, videos and other new content. We hope that you, and the rest of the GIM International community, will appreciate this essential update on what’s going on in the world of aerial mapping.