Aerophotogrammetry or Aerial Mapping is a method of acquiring topographic data by means of operations performed with photographs of the earth’s surface obtained by a precision camera with an optical axis of the lens system closest to the vertical and mounted on an aircraft specially prepared for this purpose.

Below is a list of main products generated:

Orthorectified mosaics of very high spatial resolution;

Georeferenced mosaics;

Digital terrain and surface models;

- 3D Models – TIN (Triangular Irregular Netword);

- Contour Lines;

- Slope map of the terrain;

- Sterile Volume Calculations;

- Inspection of hard to reach places;