Drones take off in Ukraine's mining industry
In an effort to improve worker safety and boost efficiency, the largest mining company in Ukraine launched a first for the country: drones.
‘Lots of pictures’: how to 3D model a complex structure
How can the most complicated project of a career also be the easiest to execute? The answer is good planning - and a lot of pictures.
PwC's first drone stock audit completed 85% faster
Quality, efficiency - and drones. In a global first for the company, PwC UK has undertaken a stock count audit with drones and Pix4Dmapper.
Drone mapping to improve lives in Zanzibar
As Zanzibar grows at an unprecedented rate, an initiative was launched to map the island for good.
Calling a drone a drone: the etymology of an industry
Every industry has its own vocabulary and the geospatial industry is no exception. We explore the etymology of drone, nadir and more.
A year of Pix4D Cloud updates
Pix4D Cloud has a refreshed UI and new capabilities making drone mapping more accessible and desirable than ever before.
2D and 3D annotations synchronized on Pix4Dmapper Cloud
New Pix4Dmapper Cloud update: measurements and annotations created in 2D are also displayed in 3D. And vice versa.
New Pix4Dmapper online course: processing options
Discover how to get the most out of Pix4D's powerful photogrammetry software with our new online course: processing options in Pix4Dmapper.
A year in highlights from the Pix4D Agriculture team
In 2018 we grew the team, launched two products for agriculture and much more. We bring you a breakdown of Pix4D Agriculture highlights.
Drones measure climate change’s impact on agriculture
Scouting, mapping or collecting data - drones are proving to be a vital tool in assessing and mitigating the effects of climate change.
5 questions to ask before trying Pix4D’s Crane Camera
Companies like VolkerWessels, Bouygues and Vinci are already using Pix4D’s Crane Camera solution. But is it the right solution for you?
Clearing the way: 3D modeling the Wabasha St landslide
Unstable rockslide debris closed a busy street and was a risk to both the public and engineers. A UAV was the best way to assess the site.