On this site you will find some information on successful projects we did with our customers and partners using REDcatch 3D ImageVector and Cloud-Service products. Enjoy looking and view lots of models and examples in 3D on our Sketchfab site:
Use our 3D Image Vector survey tool to capture your infrastructure within minutes. Begin to establish a multi temporal monitoring, by capturing your infrastructure in regular time intervals, and enhance your survey techniques easily to multi temporal change detection analysis.
Kranebitten, Innsbruck The camera add-on enables you to establish regular surveys of your object to be examined.
Photogrammetric true-to-scale 3d reconstruction of the “Guardian Angel Chapel” (Schutzengel-Kapelle) from architect Clemens Holzmeister, in the Schlickeralm in the municipality of Telfes / Stubai / Austria.
Use the 3D Image Vector to record excavations, arachaeological buildings and structures to get 3D data and documentation. Get out of the images 2D orthophotos and 3D models. The results are directly georeferenced and true to scale.
250 terrestrial images have been aquired for this model. Georeferencing was done by using REDcatch 3D ImageVector. Output beside 3d model are 12 orthoviews for CAD drawings. Partner: www.ardis-archaeology.com
Use the 3D ImageVector to record excavations, arachaeological buildings and structures to get 3D data and documentation. Get out of the images 2D orthophotos and 3D models. The results are directly georeferenced and true to scale.
Photogrammetric, true scale 3D model of the Annasäule, Innsbruck. 30 images, Direct Georeferncing. REDcatchs Picture Orientation Unit records position and angles used for accurate reconstruction in the “Photogrammetric Processing Cloud”.
Combine the UAV version and the 3D ImageVector MONO to get more accurate results.
This Hotel in Germany was recording by a combination of UAV version and the 3D ImageVector MONO.
UNESCO World Cultur Heritage
The Example shows the combination of both technologies. The project demanded a survey of the roof landscape in Graz, which belongs to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. By using the 3D ImageVector and the UAV version of the REDcatch GmbH, the district was once recorded on the ground and twice times in the air. The second flight took place by a swivel of the camera on the drone by 30°. By combining the three data sets, a very precise 3D model could be provided for further analyzes and uses.
The first image shows the result recording only with UAV. The second picture is also made by UAV but in an angle of 30°. The last image is a combination of UAV and the 3D ImageVector MONO.