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Pix4D releases a whole new suite of photogrammetry tools

Pix4D releases a whole new suite of photogrammetry tools

This week, Pix4D released a whole new suite of photogrammetry tools that will address the “modern-day professional challenges”. The four new applications, Pix4Dsurvey, Pix4Dmatic, Pix4Dinspect, and Pix4Dscan, have been developed in close collaboration with customers and partners and the company claims that they will revolutionize the way

Pix4Dsurvey and Pix4Dmatic are focussed on the modern surveyor

Pix4Dsurvey is bridging the gap between digital photogrammetry and CAD by transforming point data into CAD-ready formats. It allows the vectorization of any element, thanks to the rayCloud environment. Dramatically reducing overall surveying time, and expanding possibilities for surveying and mapping professionals,

Pix4Dmatic, a new photogrammetry software product, will enable accurate drone mapping on a new scale. Built for the latest generation of drones, it is optimized for processing thousands of images while maintaining survey-grade accuracy, halving the time taken to deliver your large project from images to point cloud.

In addition, Pix4Dmapper has also been improved.

Pix4Dmapper version 4.5, a new update of the leading desktop photogrammetry software, is now available for download. With speed-up in the image calibration and point cloud generation by an average of 20% in both steps, it now enables users to process projects faster than ever.

For the automated industrial inspection, the company released Pix4Dscan and Pix4Dinspect.

Pix4Dscan is a drone flight app designed to deal with complex structures. Pix4Dinspect cloud-based software is an analytics platform able to manage and inspect digital assets modelled with Pix4D’s best-in-market photogrammetry. Together they deliver an end-to-end solution for industrial inspections and asset management.

You can learn more about these new Pix4D products and their new and improved training on the Pix4D website.

Do you currently use Pix4D software for your drone mapping operations? What do you like about it and where do you see room for improvement. If you have already tried these new software applications from Pix4D, we would love to hear from you.

Haye Kesteloo

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