This is an old German bunker from WW2 fall on the beach at Sainte-marguerite-sur-mer, france. The fire services took down the blockhouse in 1995 because of safety concerns linked to cliff erosion.

If you want to know more about this blockhouse and the cliff :

http://www.licco.eu/changing-coastline/lessons-from-the-past/coastal-memories/the-saane-valley/sainte-marguerite-sur-mer/

 

Credits :

  • Drone operator and photomodeling : Sylvain Herubel
  • Ground station engineer and co-pilot : Raphael Bria
  • Cameraman and Blender processing : Stephane Guillet
  • Snow covered blockhouse : Julien Beaumel

 

It’s always the same setup, our little quad works very well for automatic flights

Config :

Quadricopter flameweel frame (X450)

ESC 30A simonK

Motors Sunysky X2212 980 kv prop : 10*5

RC T9X open9X - frsky 2.4ghz module

APM2 with GPS and compass onboard

Arducopter 3.1 RC5

Lipo 4S 3000mha

Video link : 200mw 5.8 ghz

Camera S100 with CHDK

Mobius camera with Sunnex lens (pictures from Mobius will not be used due to excessive rolling shutter)

Ground station with Asus 1005HA, 3DR 433mhz telemetry and extra deported 433mhz antenna

 

Total flight time : 3min40

Automatic flight : 3min

65 good aerial pictures from S100 and 20 ground photos from Lumix G3 are used to compose the model.

 

Video of the flight and worflow :

Short version, only results :



Here you can see 3D model on Sketchfab, if it appears black, juste wait for texture :

Blockhaus Sainte Marguerite sur mer from panormandic

 

Here you can download logs from APM2 and kmz flight path :

http://panormandic.com/blockhaus/logs&path.zip

 

Flight path :

 

Green : Auto mode

Red and grey : Stabilize (manual) mode

Yellow : Alt Hold

Orange and blue : Loiter

 

Garry, if you want to fly over the model with GEFS, just download this KMZ (it could take some time to load into GE) :

http://panormandic.com/blockhaus/Fallen_blockhaus.kmz

 

Orthomosaic : 

DEM :

 

Virtuals renders :


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Comment by Gary Mortimer on February 2, 2014 at 2:22pm

Found it, but not your version in 3D yet I guess it will take a while for Google to place it on GE. I wonder if this would be the first 3D item on GE to be mapped and modelled by a drone? Looks like a lovely coastline.


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Comment by Sylvain on February 2, 2014 at 2:36pm

you also can fly over with the model with GE and the flight simulator function  (ctrl+shit+A)


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Comment by Gary Mortimer on February 3, 2014 at 5:26am

Tis true but we can't fly there together! Like you can with GEFS http://www.gefs-online.com/ Looks great on GE

Comment by Marino Ramirez on February 12, 2014 at 7:59am

wow, thanks Sylvian. Well done!!!

Comment by Glenn M on February 12, 2014 at 5:23pm

Sylvain, nice work on this. Did you just shoot all of the photos directly downwards for this model, or did you also fly around the blockhouse shooting photos at an oblique angle to get the texture on the sides (it looks like there is another set of photos like this in photoscan)? Were the closer photos done in auto mode, or manually?


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Comment by Sylvain on February 13, 2014 at 1:40am

It's explain on the video, somes photos were taken from the ground to complete the texture, initially it must be done by the Mobius and the sunex, but photos from Mobius were blurry

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