Expert & Accurate RGB Orthoimagery
What is an orthoimage?
Top-down imagery taken during peak daylight hours. Available in one to 1000 square mile increments. Geospatially-accurate images of the land surface at 4-inch resolution.
An orthoimage is an image collected using aerial photography that has then been corrected to ensure scale, terrain relief, and tilt are represented accurately.
Getting a quality orthoimage is a mathematical process. Ground points, sensor information and digital models all help inform the geometric elements of this type of image. The final product is likely the result of analysis of several photographs.
Resolution & scaling
Orthoimage resolution represents distance, with each pixel equaling the same space on the ground. This type of scale allows you to make informed decisions about placement and routes.
Typical Uses for Orthophotography
Engineering & Routing Plans
Why Choose Orthoimages from Prius Intelli?
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