Canon’s world-renowned EOS System can drive your 3D Photogrammetry forward with greater accuracy and reduced costs. Photogrammetry has wide-ranging applications in many industries and the benefits are compelling.
Users can create custom-built designs, opening doors to unlimited possibilities while media and entertainment companies can produce and reproduce physical objects and places
Complex products can be mass produced or reproduced without high fixed cost capital investments, at a lower variable cost than traditional methods
Thanks to shorter design, process and production cycles, manufacturers are able to deliver products to market faster
Production closer to the point of demand requires much less inventory and saves waste and time
3D Photogrammetry can be used in many areas, including production control, deformation analysis, inspections and documentation on a wide range of object types - small objects, historical items, people, buildings, aircraft and even land mass.
To acquire the information necessary to measure, take multiple images all around, above and below your subject so they can be stitched together to create horizontal and vertical mapping.
Trigger multiple cameras at the same time if they’re fixed in a location to conduct a thorough map of your subject from every angle.
Import the data and take the images into your software system to create the model. Specialist industry software can compare the pixels to find matches and then estimates camera locations, therefore deriving the correct 3D geometry.
Take a look at the many areas of industry and commerce where 3D Photogrammetry can improve and enhance your business.
From collision engineering to stress testing, photogrammetry is a vital part of the manufacturing process and helps to measure and predict the impact of pressures on a prototype object.
Rendering a physical object into a three-dimensional image is a key part of the design process and enables designers to make key changes without the need to physically re-model the prototype.
When it’s vital to limit manufacturing downtime and stay within budgets, 3D photogrammetry allows engineers to carry out important testing off-site, using data acquired from images to calculate and survey a product.
Photogrammetry can be used to make highly accurate and realistically photo textured models of buildings, archaeological sites and even landscapes.
Government and businesses can benefit from 3D Photogrammetry when carrying out a variety of tasks such as town planning, highway engineering and other infrastructure considerations.
Point of sale merchandise such as mannequins, in-store displays, and even augmented reality can all make use of 3D Photogrammetry to drive customers to shop either in store or online.
The special effects used in the Film, TV and Gaming industries rely heavily on 3D Photogrammetry when designers are seeking to construct elaborate and highly realistic visual experiences.
Recreating buildings and historic settlements relies heavily on accurate images taken at the scene which are then imported into mapping software to render realistic visuals of how a site would have looked long ago.
Aerial and maritime mapping is a vital part of defence planning and 3D Photogrammetry helps the armed forces in their intelligence gathering when plotting troop movements and forecasting enemy operations.
Canon is the leading name in imaging and has been for the past 80 years. We design, develop and manufacture digital cameras, lenses, accessories and cables plus produce software needed for camera control – a combination that is leading the industry. Ours is a truly comprehensive system and it’s all created in-house which gives you the confidence to trust in our expert vision.
Canon has the best range of cameras and lenses for every budget, from the latest high-resolution mirrorless to traditional DSLRs.
Canon has pioneered image quality and is now a world leader in optical technology with incredible focusing, faithful colours and high-resolution images.
Canon cameras and lenses are built to deliver precision. From controlling the shutter automatically to the incredible colour science that goes into constructing our sensors.
Our products have been engineered to provide years of faithful service, with a backup service that offers training, servicing and support – it’s all part of the Canon package.
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