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Agisoft PhotoScan

Agisoft PhotoScan


Agisoft PhotoScan allows you to generate high- resolution georeferenced orthophotos and exceptionally detailed DEMs. The fully automated workflow, along with the easy integration to the Q-Pods system, enables a non-specialist to process thousands of aerial images on a desktop computer and produce professional class photogrammetric data.

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Agisoft PhotoScan is a stand-alone software product that performs photogrammetric processing of digital images and generates 3D spatial data to be used in GIS applications, cultural heritage documentation, and visual effects production as well as for indirect measurements of objects of various scales.

Wisely implemented digital photogrammetry technique enforced with computer vision methods

results in smart automated processing system that, on the one hand, can be managed by a new-comer in the field of photogrammetry, yet, on the other hand, has a lot to offer to a specialist who can adjust the workflow to numerous specific tasks and different types of data.

Throughout various case studies PhotoScan proves to produce quality and accurate results.

Key Information

  • Aerial Triangulation
  • Polygonal Model Generation (plain / textured)
  • Setting Coordinate System (and conversion)
  • Create projects using more than one camera and process imagery together (NIR and RGB for example)
  • Set and edit map resolution
  • Georeferenced Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Generation
  • Georeferenced Orthophoto Generato

To fulfill the georeferencing task the program uses airborne GPS data, combined with point-cloud technology to quickly achieve the results needed. For deliverables that require a greater accuracy Ground Control Points (GCP) can be imported and matched to the 3D model improving the accuracy even further.

Agisoft PhotoScan Pro supports a range of input formats (including JPEG, TIFF and PNG) and a wide range of output formats (GeoTiff, xyz, Google KML, Wavefront OBJ, VRML, COLLADA, PDF) ensuring easy import to any GIS system for future photogrammetric analysis.