Check out how aero3Dpro 3D models of North Adelaide and Carrick Hill, South-Australia look like in Google Earth. Having access to additional layers of information and street-view makes the experience very enjoyable. I’m confident that what we do right now at a small scale will be the norm in the near future. Google is already on the way with their new 3D imagery. Read more
Technology is evolving. Efficiency is improving. Risks are reduced. Times are changing.
The latest mapping technologies available include the use of UAVs, the creation of photorealistic and geographically accurate 3D models from photogrammetry and augmented reality solutions are slowly but surely changing the Australian mining industry. Companies who decide to take the challenging but rewarding step to embrace the future enjoy a competitive advantage in term of communication, productivity and decision-making processes.
A growing number of Australian councils are currently acquiring 3D city models as an economical and efficient geospatial dataset for application including but not limited to emergency and disaster management, urban planning, assets management, tourism and cultural heritage. Read more
The general trend in all industries is automation, the aerial photogrammetry industry is no different. The advent of digital cameras and poweful computing platforms has automated the image processing workflows from the film camera days. The advent of electric powered aircraft and affordable, small autopilots has made the business of flying and capturing imagery automated as well. The industry has started drawing on all the UAV experience garnered in the defence research and hobbyist arena into commercial products. Read more
Microsoft Vexcel UltraCam photogrammetric digital aerial mapping cameras are the source of the best high resolution imagery in the world.
In this short video, we explain how AEROmetrex is taking advantage of UltraCam digital aerial sensors to provide quality aerial photography and photogrammetric mapping.
Situated in Victoria, 210km from Melbourne, Mt Buller is a mountain in the Australian Alps. The village situated near the the summit is primarly a resort town. Mount Buller is popular with snowsports enthusiasts in winter.
This 3D animation has been generated using a 30cm orthophoto mosaic draped over a 50cm digital terrain model.
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
Roma has been hit hard by the latest floods in Southern Queensland and more than 400 homes have been damaged as the clean-up continues in the region.
The following aerial photographs has been taken on Sunday 5th February over the town of Roma and surrounding aeras by one of our operators while conducting an extensive aerial survey of the region for long-term clients. Read more
The Olgas or Kata Tjuta are situated 25km east of Uluru.The highest point of these amazing bornhardts is Mt Olga rising at 546m from the sandy ground and1,066 m above sea level.