Increasing Business Intelligence with Rapid Photo Processing

By: Firmatek Views: 1594Downloads: 4
Author: Andrew MaximowCatalogue/Brochure
In the past, we’ve discussed techniques and best practices necessary for precision mapping projects requiring a high degree of absolute accuracy. Not all clients require that level of accuracy, so different tools and techniques are used to create the deliverables. A one-size-fits-all solution in our industry isn’t practical, so we research and work with our clients to determine the best tool and software available for precise and efficient data collection and processing. In this article, Andrew Maximow compares the traditional way of processing photos along with two faster and more efficient methods that save time, processing steps, and resources. Learn more on the blog!

drones software dji processing mapping data


Related Resources

An Introduction to Firmatek
BY: Firmatek

Learn how Firmatek's new strategic Drone Program addresses the complex needs of clients and delivers the same precise measurements and data analy ...Read more

3 Challenges of Stockpile Inve ...
BY: Firmatek

At Firmatek, we do a lot of inventory measurements for our clients. Often times, we know plant managers aren't thrilled about getting their inven ...Read more

Services for Mining and Aggreg ...
BY: Firmatek

Firmatek provides independent, third-party measurement and reporting to help manage your business and inventory needs. Our data analytics solutio ...Read more

Drones vs. Laser Scanners: A S ...
BY: Firmatek

Firmatek conducted a study comparing 3 types of equipment across 29 piles ranging in size on a site where we have significant historical data. In ...Read more

Why Firmatek Drone Solutions - ...
BY: Firmatek

Learn why long-time Firmatek client, Brox Industries, chose to move to Firmatek's Drone Solutions program.Read more

Safe and Legal Flying: A Drone ...
BY: Firmatek

Drones have exploded in popularity thanks to their versatility and the growing accessibility of the devices. Flown carelessly, drones can be dang ...Read more