• David Quick

Drone imagery of today's site

Updated: Aug 21

The drone imagery of today's site has just finished processing and can be seen below. These pictures are made up from 146 separate vertical images taken automatically (every 5 seconds) by the drone while flying at a height of 60 metres. The first is a very detailed 'orthomosaic' image where you can see our people working of you zoom in:

The second is the same scene but the software has calculated the height of the ground and shows the contours using coloured shading:

Click here to see interactive views of the site: an orthomosaic colour image, a height map and a 3D virtual model.

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