Photogrammetry works like your eyes. Your eyes work together to gauge distance or depth. In photogrammetry, photographs are taken from two lines of sight and then triangulated to measure the distance and depth of an area.
Planimetric features are compiled by using stereo pairs of imagery to produce a three-dimensional map of the subject area by extracting both topographic and planimetric features. Photogrammetric mapping provides a highly precise and detailed base map in a quick turnaround time.
Our well-defined stereo compilation process and latest technology allow us to compile data from small to large-scale mapping projects and deliver high quality digital products in industry standard formats.