As some of you may already know, ORTHOSHOP Geomatics Ltd has recently re-branded our company to OGL Engineering. This new brand better reflects who we are as an engineering company and the wide array of services that we provide to our clients.
In the first part of this 2-part series, we outlined the benefits and drawbacks of using either photogrammetry or LiDAR to generate a digital elevation model (DEM), with a focus on how the two methods perform in different environments.
In this second article, we will discuss how photogrammetry and LiDAR can be used in tandem to improve the solution as a whole.
Many companies are contemplating a switch from LiDAR to solely photogrammetry for their terrain modeling needs, but is the lower price tag too good to be true?
The answer depends on your company's specific needs.
OGL Engineering has recently acquired a comprehensive airborne dataset in the Athabasca Oilsands region of Northeast Alberta. Processing of the data is nearing completion and deliveries will commence by October 1, 2016. Pre-orders are available and will be prioritized.