The gravity dam in Salanfe has a storage capacity of 40 million cubic metres. It is 52m high, with a width of 40m at the base and a top length of 608m. Made up of 42 blocks, mostly measuring 14m in breadth, its total volume consists of 230 000 cubic metres of concrete.
Mapping Hotels on Playa Bonita Panama City
The area near Playa Bonita was once used by the U.S. army as a military base, but in recent years has undergone a surge of development. The beach itself is somewhat rocky, but borders a calm section of the Pacific Ocean; this is about as close as you can get to Panama City and feel safe swimming in the water. Playa Bonita also has nice views of the ocean and Taboga Island in the distance.
This dataset was collected in a single flight with an eBee X and the senseFly S.O.D.A. 3D camera.
High precision mapping of a technology park
This flight was done over the largest technology park in Switzerland. The dataset was aquired with an eBee Plus in VRS RTK mode and senseFly S.O.D.A. camera. The reported accuracy is better than 2 pixel (in X,Y and Z) over 9 official cadastral points provided. The complete project is in Swiss national coordinate system CH1903+/LV95.
Industrial estate mapping project
This dataset displays an industrial estate along the river Venoge in Switzerland. It was selected because it’s a mixed landscape with railway, earthworks, construction and buildings. Because of the changing nature of the area, the geolocation is done by precise GNSS (VRS-RTK in this case) and validated by a few checkpoints. It is the dataset that was featured in the senseFly-Esri webinar “Drone to GIS explained”.
Mapping of the old lighthouse on the island Torbjørnskjær
This is a dataset of the island of Torbjørnskjær, which is located 10 km (6 mi) off the Norwegian coast at the entrance of the Oslo fjord. The island and its old lighthouse were captured with an albris drone. This was flown in automatic mode using its eMotion software’s Point of Interest and Horizontal Mapping mission blocks.
Mapping a new road with senseFly Corridor
This corridor project mapped a Swiss new road construction. The drone used was an eBee Plus mapping drone carrying senseFly Corridor, a new platform enhancement for linear mapping, which positions the drone’s senseFly S.O.D.A. photogrammetry camera in a portrait (longitudinal) position for greater mapping efficiency.
Mapping the Great Aletsch Glacier
This is a dataset of the Great Aletsch Glacier, the largest glacier in the Alps. Data was collected during one eBee Plus flight. The drone was carrying a high-resolution senseFly S.O.D.A. RGB camera and PPK was used to precisely georeference the data. Due to the mountainous terrain, the flight was planned in eMotion 3 based on SRTM elevation data.
Inspecting a bridge pillar
This dataset was collected by a senseFly albris drone, used to inspect an electricity transmission tower near senseFly HQ in Switzerland. The drone was operated in Interactive ScreenFly mode.
Inspecting a GSM tower
This dataset was collected by a senseFly albris drone, which flew 360 degrees around a GSM tower close to senseFly HQ in Switzerland. The drone was operated in Autonomous mapping mode using eMotion X’s Around Point of Interest mission block.
Urban mapping (eBee Plus/senseFly S.O.D.A.)
This dataset was collected by a single eBee Plus drone carrying a senseFly S.O.D.A. camera. The images were processed using Pix4Dmapper Pro version 3.0.
The flight was carried out in RTK VRS mode with 99% of fixed geotags.
Assessing crops with RGB imagery (eBee SQ)
Assessing crops (multispectral/eBee SQ)
This is an example of a processed multispectral dataset. The images were collected in Switzerland by an eBee SQ drone carrying a Sequoia camera. The resulting NDVI dataset has before being processed with Pix4D mapper Pro and is supplied under “Other outputs”.
Inspecting a large arch dam
This dataset was collected by a senseFly albris drone, used to inspect a concrete arch dam in Switzerland. The drone was operated in Interactive ScreenFly mode with the following features activated: Distance Lock (set to 3.5 m), Cruise Control (set at 0.2 m/s) and Auto-Trigger (one image every 5 sec).
Mapping a quarry rockface
This dataset was collected by a senseFly albris drone, used to map a vertical rockface in a quarry in Switzerland.The drone was operated in Interactive ScreenFly mode from a distance of 150 m because a lack was blocking the access to the rockface.Features like cruise control, Auto-Trigger and Distance Lock (set to 5 m) were used to realise a high resolution 3D model with a resolution down to 1 mm/pixel.
Mapping Paris – Le Bourget Airport
Mapping a gravel pit
Oblique mapping of a village
Mapping a village
Mapping a quarry
Inspecting a solar installation
This thermal dataset of a solar field installation was collected in Switzerland by an eBee drone carrying a senseFly thermoMAP camera. The images were processed using Postflight Terra 3D V3. Index maps showing temperatures are supplied in ‘Other outputs’.