Pix4Dsurvey bridges the gap between photogrammetry and CAD

By on 6 June, 2020

Pix4Dsurvey bridges the gap between photogrammetry and CAD, expanding today’s surveying possibilities. 

Pix4Dsurvey is a new way to work with point cloud data. Designed to meet the needs of professional surveyors, this standalone software will help you transform point clouds into CAD-ready vectors. 

Pix4Dsurvey allows to extract the most relevant information from photogrammetric or LiDAR data, simplifying and compressing the surveying workflow while maintaining accuracy. Modern surveying techniques can capture millions of points, yet even the most complex surveys typically focus on only a few hundred mass points and breaklines. Pix4Dsurvey derives these points, dramatically reducing overall surveying time, and expanding possibilities for surveying and mapping professionals. 

With Pix4Dsurvey, users can seamlessly merge photogrammetry point clouds and images, LiDAR and third party point clouds in a single project to expand today’s surveying possibilities. 

Easy vectorization and extraction in 2D and full 3D of essential information on the point cloud such as bottom and top of curbs, building footprints, overhanging objects, crossing roads and tunnels or even catenaries with all the geometry types and layer names.

Native compatibility with industry-leading software Pix4Dmapper with access to original images and the point cloud through Pix4D’s rayCloud™. 

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