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Founded in 2006 as an innovative research company with focus on computer vision technology, through years of intensive R&D work Agisoft LLC has gained expertise in image processing algorithms, with digital photogrammetry techniques setting the direction for development of applied tools. We believe that new technology implementation for various industrial and socially important tasks is a way to foster low-budget methods of research and documentation.

Agisoft PhotoScan

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Agisoft PhotoScan is a stand-alone software product that performs photogrammetric processing of digital images and generates 3D spatial data to be used in GIS applications, cultural heritage documentation, and visual effects production as well as for indirect measurements of objects of various scales. Wisely implemented digital photogrammetry technique enforced with computer vision methods results in smart automated processing system that, on the one hand, can be managed by a new-comer in the field of photogrammetry, yet, on the other hand, has a lot to offer to a specialist who can adjust the workflow to numerous specific tasks and different types of data. Throughout various case studies PhotoScan proves to produce quality and accurate results

Professional Edition Features

Cropped image editing in Aigisoft Photoscan © Agisoft, 2015

Photogrammetric triangulation
Processing of various types of imagery: aerial(nadir, oblique) / close-range. Auto calibration: frame(incl. fish-eye) / spherical cameras. Multi camera projects support.

Dense point cloud: editing and classification

Elaborate model editingfor accurate results. Points classification to customize geometry reconstruction. .LAS export to benefit from classical point data processing workflow.

Digital elevation model: DSM/DTM export

Areal photo of a landscape © Agisoft, 2015

Elaborate model editingfor accurate results. Points classification to customize geometry reconstruction. .LAS export to benefit from classical point data processing workflow.

Georeferenced orthomosaic export

Georeferenced orthomosaic: most-GIS-compatible GeoTIFF format; .KML file to be located on Google Earth. Export in blocks for huge projects. Color correction for homogeneous texture.

Measurements: distances, areas, volumes

Inbuilt tools to measure distances, areas and volumes. To perform more sophisticated metric analysis PhotoScan products can be smoothly transferred to external tools thanks to a variety of export formats.

Ground control points: high accuracy surveying

Orthophoto & DEM Generation © Agisoft, 2015

GCPs import to control accuracy of the results. Coded / non-coded targets auto detection for fast GCPs input. Scale bar tool to set reference distance without implementation of positioning equipment.

Python scripts: customize processing workflow

In addition to Batch processing – a way to save on human intervention, Python scripting suggests customization options:
a parameters template for several similar data sets;
intermediate processing results inspection; etc.

Multispectral imagery processing

3D Model Reconstruction Agisoft PhotoScan © Agisoft, 2015

RGB / NIR / thermal / multispectral imagery processing. Fast reconstruction based on preferable channel. Multi channel orthomosaic export for further NDVI calculation and analysis.

AgisoftRecent articles

Photogrammetry Workflow for Surface Scanning

Photogrammetry Workflow for Surface Scanning

Grzegorz Baran has recently shared a very detailed video tutorial on PBR environment material creation using photogrammetry.
PhotoScan, Reality Capture, Zephyr Comparison

PhotoScan, Reality Capture, Zephyr Comparison

Olivier Lau shared with us an extensive research on three photogrammetry solutions, (PhotoScan Standard, Reality Capture, and Zephyr Lite), in which he reviewed their peculiarities, the output, time processing, and other important points.
Photoscan: Studying New Model Reconstruction Method

Photoscan: Studying New Model Reconstruction Method

Agisoft has recently shared a tutorial that focuses on Photoscan’s new reconstruction method, which allows users to control thin structures like butterfly wings.
Setting Up High-Quality Vegetation in CryEngine

Setting Up High-Quality Vegetation in CryEngine

Rahimullah Sharifi talked about his marvelous forest scene created with the help of CryEngine, Substance and some Megascans assets.
Eisko: Secrets of Modern 3D Capturing

Eisko: Secrets of Modern 3D Capturing

We present to you our interview with Eisko about the techniques behind modern 3D capturing.
Working on Photogrammetry-Based Grass Textures

Working on Photogrammetry-Based Grass Textures

Grzegorz Baran has recently presented his latest photogrammetry experiment.
Single Camera Head Scanning Tips

Single Camera Head Scanning Tips

Adam Spring published a very interesting article, describing his photogrammetry process.
Building Rocks for Games with Photogrammetry

Building Rocks for Games with Photogrammetry

Sébastien Van Elverdinghe discussed his approach to the creation of awesome 3d assets by taking a bunch of photos and doing some magic.

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