Visualizing massive photogrammetry models and point clouds
DroneDeploy hosts the world’s largest drone data repository, with data covering more than 30 million acres and on 400,000 job sites. Their app, custom built on Cesium’s robust API, uses CesiumJS and Cesium ion’s 3D tiling pipeline to efficiently visualize massive 3D models and point cloud datasets.
Analyzing drone imagery for site management
The Propeller Platform uses aerial imagery acquired by drones to create highly accurate data visualizations of more than 14,000 worksites, from construction to mining to waste management. Their CesiumJS-based 3D map has a resolution up to 1 cm/pixel. Users can fuse orthophotos, high-resolution terrain, point clouds, and contours, make measurements directly on the map, and compare data captured over time.
Unmanned traffic management (UTM) solution
With OneSky, UAV operators plan flights and monitor them in real time. OneSky’s 3D visualizations built on CesiumJS provide greater situational awareness: seeing flights in context with high-resolution terrain and 3D airspace volumes makes it easy to identify potential navigation errors, communication link margins, and FAA airspace incursions.
"Cesium helps us take datasets which would otherwise be too large to stream in their native format, and streamline the delivery of the data efficiently to clients across nominal web connections."
Nate McBeeProduct Manager at OneSky
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