UAV Drone Mapping & Software
Low-altitude acquisition and mapping
UAV systems are suitable for:
- Territory survey
- Geological survey
- Urban planning survey
- Environmental engineering survey
- Precision agricolture
- Architectural and archeological survey
Our Solutions for UAV Drone Mapping
For UAV Drone Mapping Menci Software offers two kind of products:
Menci is the italian reseller of senseFly fixed wings drone: swinglet cam and eBee for proximity professional metric survey.
Drone Mapping Software
Menci develops and provides several software tool to 3d mapping, cartography, 3d model editing, GIS, stereoscopy, etc. Such software can process imagery coming from any drone.
Swinglet CamProfessional, highly productive, easy to use Drone.
eBeeHigh professional easy to use aerial mapping drone.
eBee AgThe drone for precision agricolture mapping.
eBee RTKSurvey-grade aerial mapping.
eXomInspection survey quadcopter.
APSAerial photogrammetric product from small and medium format images. It produces DTMs, DSMs, Point Clouds, meshes, contour lines, orthomosaics.
Digital photogrammetric stereo workstation
Professional DEM editor tool set
Google Earth Tiler
Orthophoto post processor for Google Earth view
Fast chekup of dataset
Big sized point cloud viewer
- Quote: 124 m
- GSD photo: 4 cm
- Area: 0.396 km2
- UAV: Swinglet CAM
- Number of images: 200
- Number of flight: 1
- Time of flight: 25 minutes
- APS processing time: 30 min on a standard workstation
- Roma Drone Conference next January 28th
Francesca Ceccaroni - Tuesday, 20 January 2015
The Roma Drone Conference is the serie of conferences on drone professional applications.
Menci Software will be there the next January 28th with its products for precision agricolture.
The conference will be “Droni in agricoltura. Nuove soluzioni tecnologiche per monitoraggio e interventi di precisione nelle coltivazioni”
and the meeting is at Atahotel Villa Pamphili.
Menci Software will attend to the conference as speaker.
- StereoCAD: the new stereoscopic software for drone images
Francesca Ceccaroni - Wednesday, 17 December 2014