Digital elevation models
Digital Elevation Models (also known as MDE or DEM) respond to cartographic files that identify the territorial surface using elevation data.
The combination of drones, software and GPS / RTK equipment allows us to obtain high-resolution georeferenced aerial images, orthophotos and MDEs with the process. It consists of a series of points with known coordinates referenced to a two-dimensional coordinate system to which an elevation value is associated.
Features of digital elevation models
- Resolution from 2cm / pixels to 2m / pixels
- Surfaces of up to 100 hectares per flight
- Fast delivery
- 3D modeling
- Delivers in any standard format (geotiff, png)