Pix4D launches standalone cloud platforms

By on 10 June, 2020

Pix4D has announced the launch of two standalone cloud-based photogrammetry platforms, Pix4Dcloud and Pix4Dcloud Advanced.

The new products represent a significant overhaul of the drone mapping firm’s architecture, replacing the prior cloud platforms and bringing a host of new features.

Both run Pix4D’s photogrammetry and reality modelling algorithms, with the Advance product promising survey-grade accuracy and entirely cloud-based processing of imagery with ground control points.

“Pix4D’s new and improved cloud solutions actively contribute to completing the existing desktop and mobile product offering. Integrating Pix4D’s leading algorithms and know-how in an online platform delivers strong value to professionals in need of a powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use application,” said Christoph Strecha, founder and CEO of Pix4D.

Pix4D says that new intuitive grouping functions for overlays and annotations streamline the workflow, different project types will all now open with the one application, and site captures with Crane Camera are now automatically georeferenced and aligned more accurately than previously.

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