“Together with Pix4D, scientists believe that this data will fill some important knowledge gaps and provide time series and spatial resolutions previously not achievable.”
— Daniel Ierodiaconou, Senior Lecturer, Deakin University Australia
“Pix4D has been a great tool to us at MTSU, and the videos from the Video Academy are spectacular”
— Douglas Campbell, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Operations Manager, Middle Tennessee State University
My team is using Pix4D to manage, mosaic, and analyze large quantities of drone imagery captured over a variety of California landscapes. We’ve been flying to image vegetation communities under drought stress; post-fire landscapes; and critical agricultural crops. Pix4D makes it easy to assemble large data cubes of high resolution imagery for high spatio-temporal imagery analysis, particularly in regard to vegetation (phenology, links with hydrology, climate change).
— Maggi Kelly, Professor and CE Specialist, UC Berkeley
“Pix4D software is a valuable photogrammetric suite which enables our students to process their own data set. They realize the complexity of the image processing chain and they feel fascinated when they get nice outputs for their projects. The quality control report is also used in this training activity and they are aware of the importance to assess the accuracy of the final product.”
— Pierre-Yves Gillieron, Professor, EPFL
Learn how the the University of North Carolina in Wilmington addressed the ambiguity associated with groundwater discharge sources using drones and thermal mapping and won the award.
The seabed is one of the last places on earth which is relatively untouched by humans. Learn how a team from the Senckenberg Institute created a 3D model from video footage to study it.