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With a Camera Measure Shape and Movement in Sails and Flexible Structures

Posted on Monday, April 24th, 2017

With A Camera Blog Series In our second of the series we describe a unique and interesting application of measuring fabrics, sails, and flexible structures – something that is very hard to do with other methods.     Introduction Flexible structures, such as sails, fabrics, flexible wings, and solar sails are very hard to measure…Read More


PhotoModeler 2017 Release

Posted on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

On April 12th, 2017 we released the new 2017.0 version. This version has some significant improvements and changes: Subscription licensing Revamped ortho-mosaics Automated low density surface creation Single photo calibration improvement 34 fixes and smaller improvements Subscription Licensing As of April 12, 2017 you have the option of buying a monthly or yearly subscription to…Read More


With a Camera Determine Who Caused a Collision

Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

A New Blog Series We introduce a new blog series called “With A Camera“. With each blog post in this new series we describe an application of close range photogrammetry – that is, 3D measurement and modeling with a camera. The articles will describe significant real-world problems and how photogrammetry was able to uniquely solve…Read More


PhotoModeler 2016.2 Release

Posted on Monday, November 28th, 2016

PhotoModeler 2016.2 was released Nov. 28th, 2016. This release has three significant improvements: PPK – GPS Post Processing Kinematics Support UAV / drone video tutorial with real UAV data Processing speed improvements For further information on PPK and how to do high accuracy surveys with drones see the PPK blog post. There is a new…Read More


Survey Grade Accuracy with a Drone without Ground Control !

Posted on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

To get high accuracy with a drone photo-based survey, one usually needs to place and survey ground control points. Ground control points are either man-made targets (e.g. large cross) that you place on the ground before the flight, or visible natural features, surveyed with a high accuracy instrument (total station or RTK GPS). To achieve…Read More


Time Limited Discount for PhotoModeler UAS

Posted on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

We officially announced PhotoModeler UAS to the world late last week, after a soft-launch a couple of weeks ago. See the press release that was published Oct. 26th, 2016 (also included in full below). PhotoModeler UAS (PhotoModeler for Unmanned Aerial Systems) is photogrammetry software optimized with new features for drone / UAV users. See the…Read More


PhotoModeler 2016.1 and PhotoModeler UAS Release

Posted on Monday, September 26th, 2016

There is a lot of excitement over drones and UAVs these days, and rightly so! UAVs bring new a capability to inspect, document, measure and model objects and larger scenes that is difficult to do from the ground. They literally give you a new perspective! As well, more PhotoModeler customers are taking on 3D measurement,…Read More


PhotoModeler At Upcoming Trade Shows

Posted on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

PhotoModeler at WREX and ARC-CSI 2016 conferences Come join us at the PhotoModeler area at both the WREX 2016 World Reconstruction Exposition, May 2-6 in Orlando, FL (www.wrex2016.com) and the ARC-CSI Crash Conference, May 23-26 in Clark County, NV (www.arccsi.com). Accident reconstructionists can consult with our experts about best practices for the use of PhotoModeler…Read More


PhotoModeler 2016.0.6 Release

Posted on Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

2016.0 PhotoModeler 2016.0.6 was released Mar. 24th, 2016. The main reason for this release was to improve stability and fix user-reported crashes and problems. There were 9 crash fixes, 5 fixes to non-crash items and 7 small improvements. We have found that PhotoModeler 2016’s new crash reporting tool (that sends data to us in the…Read More


PhotoModeler 2016.0.5 Release

Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

2016.0 PhotoModeler 2016.0.5 was released Feb. 16th, 2016. The main reason for this release was to improve stability and fix user reported crashes and problems. There were 10 crash fixes, 4 fixes to non-crash items and 4 small improvements.   Getting the New Release If you are a current customer and have an active maintenance…Read More



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