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  • David Quick

Drone imagery of today's site

Updated: Aug 21, 2021

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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