As for the result, we can divide them into the exterior part and the inside part. Therefore, in the end, we obtain four products: a 3D model of the church, an orthophoto mosaic DSM (Digital Surface Model), and a virtual tour of the inside.
The 3D model of the church was the result of the processed images captured with the drone all around the outside of the church and at different angles of the structure. A 3D model is a powerful tool, offering a general overview of all the aspects of the object. We recommend getting one for your point of interest, if you don’t have it already, especially for long-lasting projects as you can easily monitor the changes.
The 3D model of the church
The orthophoto mosaic that result has a very high resolution of about 7 mm per pixel and at the same spatial resolution is the DSM. Due to the viDoc RTK module, the ortho mosaic and the DSM have very high precision and accuracy. Based on the information given by the images and the data they contain, we can make accurate measurements not only on the horizontal plane but in the vertical space too, based on the elevation information. For example, we did a cross-section of the church and you can see them down below.