Complete Photogrammetric Workstation for UAS and Terrestrial Close-Range Imagery
Based on state‐of‐the‐art Trimble Inpho technology, known for 30 years of digital aerial photogrammetry leadership the new UASMaster module is bridging the gap between simple near black‐box workflows for non‐photogrammetrists and photogrammetry expert workflows.
A complete photogrammetric workflow (geo-referencing, dense point clouds, orthomosaics and digitized vectors) combined in one single product.
Quick black-box or multi-step processing with quality-optimized or performance optimized parameter presets including full featured refinement and editing tools.
Process data from any type of UAS and frame cameras - with or without additional data.
Excellent results without requiring specialised photogrammetry knowledge or experience.
Also available integrated into Trimble Business Center Photogrammetry Module including all survey tools combined with survey hardware and GNSS base-line processing.
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