Adrian Onsen
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Adrian Onsen replied to Adrian Onsen's discussion Oblique photogrammetry possible? in the group UgCS
"Thanks for the reply Alexey!That sounds interesting. Can't wait! Any way to get on a beta test list to try out those Facade Scan features? I may be able to provide some feedback."
Jun 16, 2018
Alexey Dobrovolskiy replied to Adrian Onsen's discussion Oblique photogrammetry possible? in the group UgCS
"Hi, we are going to implement Facade Scan too in one of nearest UgCS version. Currently you can plan such kind of missions manually using 3D interface of UgCS. You can import rough 3D model of your buildings into UgCS (from KMZ file) to simplify…"
Jun 16, 2018
Paul Tegler replied to Adrian Onsen's discussion Oblique photogrammetry possible? in the group UgCS
"ooops... https://leddartech.com/modules/leddarone/ is the one I use.... 3d printed case, very light...good for about 40-60m nfi just a happy end user ptegler"
Jun 16, 2018
Paul Tegler replied to Adrian Onsen's discussion Oblique photogrammetry possible? in the group UgCS
"...I can't speak specifically to your UgCS interface control Q, but can at least suggest how to maintain your distance. to surfaces..... but it's dependant on your flight controller. At least using Pixhawk.... you can use a LEDDAR (yes…"
Jun 16, 2018
Adrian Onsen added a discussion to the group UgCS
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Oblique photogrammetry possible?

I photograph large structures (buildings and outdoor locations) for reconstructions using photogrammetry and would like to know if UgCS is a tool I can use for my business.The majority of my work is oblique photography from the side of the building/structure, and most of the structures don't exist in google maps as 3d objects. Ideally I would do a few quick passes with an UAV and generate a rough 3d asset that I could then import into UgCS so I can use it as a guide to plan my main mission. (I…See More
Jun 15, 2018

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About Me:
An engineer with an interest in flying things
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Quad rotors are of particular interest at the moment. Working on developing/building a variable pitch quad.
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