Site Progression Orthomosaic Mapping
An orthomosaic map is one large high resolution image composed of hundreds of lower elevation images stitched together. The creation of this map is possible, due to geo-reference points being stamped every time an image is taken using an MTI payload.
An orthomosaic map can be used to calculate accurate area, volume, distance and slope measurements. While utilizing this map, you’ll also have the ability to overlay blueprints and drawings from ProCore to compare design versus the build reality.
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