Photogrammetry is a science and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment through the process of recording, measuring and interpreting photographic images. This process results in creating for example 3D models, point clouds or 2D images like maps.
What is photogrammetry?
Who uses it?
Photogrammetry is used in many fields such as mapping, architecture, engineering, police investigation, digitisation of museum collecions, archaeology or preserving cultural heritage. It is also considered an art form.
What can we do for You?
- We offer services in the fields of Underwater, Aerial and Land Photogrammetry.
- We deliver on-line courses in Photogrammetry.
- We also specialize in Photogrammetry for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage.
- We work with organizations, universities, museums, businesses, professionals and individuals from all over the world.
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