To obtain a 3D view a combination is made from a digital terrain
model and 3D models of man-made objects like buildings, bridges
and other significant objects.
The 3D buildings and other objects are derived from stereo imagery with medium or very high overlaps in order to get a clear view of the facades leading towards photorealistic viewing of land- and cityscapes.
- Captured images include every commercial and residential building plus all other man-made objects (water towers, bridges) above 50 square meters; major architectural details of every building are visible including setbacks, plinths and rooftop objects greater than 2 cubic meters
- Height, length, width, distance and elevation is measured for all buildings
- Digital aerial imagery from 2.5 cm to 50 cm
- Local digital terrain model (DTM)
- Building overlays with vector and raster data layers from third-party information systems
- 3D bundled with ortho-rectified imagery
- Rapid turnaround, high volume generation capability