UAV rapid mapping after the Paneveggio forest windstorm
After a natural disaster devastated part of Northern Italy, Pix4D helped local authorities gain situational awareness in minutes.
Maximizing crop production using precision agriculture
A Mexican drone company helps local pineapple farmers reduce their operational cost by 30% with precision agriculture.
Climate change monitoring of glaciers with drones
Rural communities depend on glaciers for drinking water, power, and farming. But are those glaciers disappearing - and what happens next?
What is accuracy in an aerial mapping project?
As camera resolution has improved, so has our ability to digitize the world in greater accuracy than ever before.
Mapping clifftop hazards and coastal erosion
As the climate changes, so do coastlines. Photogrammetry can highlight the extent of the issue, giving communities the chance to prepare.
Reducing risk: mapping the world’s largest refugee camp
High-resolution up-to-date maps help prevent and mitigate disasters for half a million residents of the world’s largest refugee camp.
Paving the way with automated as-built reports
For many construction firms, there is simply no way to avoid rework. For Barnhill Contracting Company, the solution is called Crane Camera.
Introducing Pix4D Fusion
Meet Pix4D Fusion: a flexible membership program for end-to-end agricultural drone mapping solutions.
Pix4D User Conference early bird tickets on sale now!
Join other Pix4D users, drone enthusiasts and GIS-perts in Denver for two days of talking about tech that’s changing the world. Register now
Pix4Dfields 1.4 - a new season of digital farming
In agriculture, stakes are high and innovation is faster than ever. Precision farming software Pix4Dfields 1.4 is here for the new season.
Crane Camera: maximizing space in a constricted area
Planning and monitoring construction projects in tight urban areas is a challenge. That’s why The Beck Group relies on the Crane Camera.
Cheers to precision farming: drone mapping a hop field
As revelers raise their glasses for St Patrick’s day, hop growers are refining more efficient techniques with drone mapping.