Commercial UAV Expo 2016 – Making Sense of Your Drone Data with Pix4D

Pix4D is an image processing software that various processionals rely on to help make sense of the data captured by their drone. In the construction industry, professionals can use georeferenced orthophotos and 3D data from Pix4D software to monitor sites as they change over time. Surveyors can use the software to put together accurate results with intuitive measurements and project analysis. In agriculture, growers can convert multispectral and RGB images into accurate index maps, like NDVI, as well as orthomosaics of their fields. Of course, those are just a few examples of how the software can make a difference in various industries and markets.

At the Commercial UAV Expo, we were able to talk with Paul Spaur from Pix4D to get more insight around how professionals are actually using the tool. He talks through details about the software being platform agnostic, what kind of cameras they work with, what it means to put together actionable information, what the 4th dimension really is and plenty more.

 

 

 

 

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Jeremiah Karpowicz always envisioned a career as a screenwriter, but found the autonomy and freedom he was looking for in the digital space. He has created articles, videos, newsletters, ebooks and plenty more for various communities as a contributor and editor. He has also worked as the Executive Editor for ProVideo Coalition where he was first introduced to UAV technology. You can get in touch with him on Twitter: @jeremiahkarp

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