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3 Considerations for Quality Data Collection in Drone Mapping

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Author: Andrew MaximowCatalogue/Brochure

Mapping is one of the least understood applications for drones. Maps are very useful for many industries, but if your customers require accurate measurements, additional controls are needed beyond simple photo processing. As drone-based photogrammetry becomes widely accepted, it is important to note best practices that help ensure quality, trusted insights for your clients. In Andrew Maximow's latest article, he covers what is needed in a drone mapping system to produce and collect accurate, quality data. Check it out here.

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