Perform Photogrammetry with Higher Accuracies

By on 17 November, 2020


Handling large mapping projects, meeting deadlines and delivering high-quality results are typical challenges in photogrammetry.  This is particularly true during peak where multiple projects, often comprising tens of thousands of images, need to be processed in a timely manner.  Mapping firms can greatly benefit from better control of project schedules, a reduction in processing times and an increase of the bottom-line.

SimActive‘s Correlator3D product is a high-end photogrammetry software providing full control over the production workflow. The speed of the software, combined with its various modules and tools, allows users to deliver mapping products at higher accuracies.  Powered by GPU technology and multi-core CPUs, Correlator3D™ performs aerial triangulation (AT) and produces dense digital surface models (DSM), digital terrain models (DTM), point clouds, orthomosaics and 3D models. Supported data include:

– All cameras and sensors mounted on UAVs (e.g. infrared and multispectral)
– All medium / large format cameras installed on aircrafts, such as Vexcel, DMC and PhaseOne
– Any type of satellite imagery through RPCs

Correlator3D™ ensures matchless processing speeds and features batch processing tools as well as scripting capabilities to automate processes.  It allows the support of different real-world scenarios such as:

Large-scale projects
Continuous stream of projects
Multi-mission projects
Single projects with discontinuous areas

To get started with a free trial or free processing, please visit www.simactive.com.

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