This is a compilation of short 3D fly-through generated from aerial photogrammetry.
High resolution aerial ortho photography have been draped over digital surface model.
Mining is a significant contributor to the Australian economy with exploitation sites all over the country. Investing in mining projects is a high-risk business and more than half of projects fail to deliver the expected return. Having accurate and timely geospatial data during all phases of a project is critical to increase chances of success, and failure to do so can have serious consequences. Read more
Gosse Bluff, about 200 km west of Alice Springs, in the Northern Territory, Australia, is one of the most significant impact structures in the world. It has a 5km diameter and was formed 142 millions years ago by the impact of an asteroid up to 2km in diameter. Read more
The South-East of Australia has once more become a victim of devastating floods that have forced many residents to evacuate their homes. Regional townships in Victoria and New South Wales have been hit the most. AEROmetrex has been commissioned by the Victorian government to survey a large part of Victoria. AEROmetrex is a trusted supplier of aerial photography due to our extensive experience and efficiency during extremely time-sensitive disaster events. Read more
The South-East of Australia has once more become a victim of devastating floods that have forced many residents to evacuate their homes. Regional townships in Victoria and New South Wales have been hit the most.
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All medium and large-format digital aerial camera systems can acquire information in the visible part of the electromagnetic to produce natural colour images using their Red, Green and Blue channels. These camera systems are also able to acquire data from an invisible part of the electromagnetic spectrum called near-infrared (NIR). Read more
The famous Blue Lake in Mount Gambier, South Australia, occupies one of the craters of the extinct volcano which last erupted 5000 years ago.
From November to late March, the Blue lake takes a beautiful and intense deep turquoise color due to a special algae that grow in the lake. The lake turns dark blue-grey for the rest of the year. Read more