Orthomosaic maps can be created stitching together hundreds of images captured from a drone flying at low altitude. Our drones are programmed to fly a predetermined pattern over a specified area and capture images every two seconds. Each image file contains information identifying precise "real world" location for referencing on Google Earth maps.
NOTE: Touch enabled devices do not have access to the measuring tools. Use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browsers as Internet Explorer does not support measurement tools.
Measurement tool icons are located top left corner of map:
The icon provides you with the ability to measure distances between any two, or more, selected points.
The icon allows you to draw shapes for auto-calculation of areas and volumes.
Use the + and - icons to zoom-in and out of map.
Right-clicking on the map will indicate the exact latitude and longitude at your cursor.
Hover over the layers icon in the upper-right corner and check the bottom box for (colored) elevations. The scale appears below the map.