Innovative technology for 3D modelling
GNSS camera add-on
A GNSS PPK and IMU camera add-on for exact measurement of image centres and orientation of your photographs. Ideal for use in terrestrial and helicopter photogrammetry.
UAV upgrade kit
A universal upgrade kit for open-system drones. Centimetre-accurate L1 or L1/L2/L5 GNSS for photogrammetry without ground control points (GCPs)
Geotagging and GNSS PPK postprocessing software that prepares your images and reference data for use in photogrammetry software such as Pix4D, Agisoft Photoscan and RealityCapture.
Upload your images, control point lists and processing requests to our cloud. Our experts create the 3D model and deliver high quality outputs, customised to your requirements.
Training for groups and individuals
Training for beginners and experts on terrestrial and UAV short-range photogrammetry. Enquire about options and dates!
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REDcatch specializes in drone and terrestrial photogrammetry. For 5 years we have been developing new technological products and software to enable easy 3D scanning of objects. Our employees complete more than 500 3D modelling projects a year across a variety of industries, including infrastructure, construction, architecture, archaeology, historic preservation and many more.
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What exactly is photogrammetry?
Photogrammetry is the discipline of making measurements from images. Traditionally, individual images were used to measure distance in mapping applications. However, modern technology such as digital cameras, high-speed computers and specialized software have allowed photogrammetry to evolve to facilitate the creation of complex 3D models from several thousands of images. 3D models created in this way provide a new basis for deriving true orthophotos and height information, and allow for complex measurements such as volume calculation.
Familiar with UAV photogrammetry?
You may have heard of “photogrammetry” in relation to drones. However, UAV’s themselves do not perform any photogrammetric calculations. Rather, they offer a modern and practical method for taking aerial photographs. These images can then be used for photogrammetric processing in specialized software or through an online service. During processing, the photos are used to create 3D models, orthophotos, maps and height models (DEMs).
Ever considered terrestrial photogrammetry?
Terrestrial photogrammetry is a simple method that is very versatile and useful in many applications. By rotating the standard aerial imaging angle by 90 degrees, it is easy to take photos of buildings, facades, traffic areas, rock walls etc. using conventional handheld photography. These images can then be used to make 3D models and orthoviews. You can also use this method in areas where it is impossible, impractical or illegal to fly a drone. Terrestrial images can be processed alone, or in combination with UAV data to produce complex models recorded from many angles.
Watch our product video and learn more about how to use the 3D ImageVetor. The advantages of 3D modelling with this simple camera attachment are obvious.
From the first days of January 2019, Agisoft present its photogrammetric software under a new name — Metashape. At the same time, the Version v1.5 of Agisoft Software Standard and Professional was released. All existing customers can update to this version of the software using the existing license without extra charge.
Follow the link for a comparison between Agisoft Metashape v1.5 and Photoscan v1.4.x click_external-LINK
For a presentation of the Metashape Software use: click_external-LINK
REDcatch is official distributor for Agisoft software. We provide trainings in english and german language as inhouse or online training sessions. Contact us! phone +43 5225 20203
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