New Release of JRC 3D Reconstructor Software for UAVs Planned for INTERGEO
Gexcel Srl is attending INTERGEO, the prime international event to introduce new 3D software tools and solutions focusing on the most recent release of the worldwide renowned JRC 3D Reconstructor® software for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Drone platforms .
In step with the path of the latest technologies in three dimensional laser scanning and photogrammetry, Gexcel Srl has released the new version of JRC 3D Reconstructor® 2.9.1 with a special and very strong focus on UAV and Drone platforms. UAV and Drones can quickly and cheaply capture georeferenced High Resolution (HR) images. Third parties software typically produces GeoTIFF global images and 3D point clouds of the investigated area.
These ingredients can be easily managed in JRC 3D Reconstructor to merge the GeoTIFF global image color over the point cloud and produce a 3D HR texturized point cloud and 3D HR texturized mesh models. Using JRC 3D Reconstructor all the volume calculations, cross sections, cut & fill, crests & toes, isolines, etc., can be created with a greater accuracy, thanks to the real color state processing. This new feature again emphasizes the importance that JRC 3D Reconstructor gives to the color information. It is considered as a most powerful tool for detailed geotechnical and geological investigations (https://vimeo.com/75386387).
Gexcel Srl has a rich history spanning more than 10 years of proven fully featured lidar and imagery analysis software packages with the JRC 3D Reconstructor, completely compatible with all terrestrial, mobile and airborne scanners from manufacturers such as Faro, Leica, MDL, Optech, Riegl, Stonex, Topcon, Trimble and Z+F. Gexcel Srl is a spin off company of the University of Brescia, established in 2007 from the academic know-how of the University and the applied research achievements of the European Joint Research Centre (JRC), located in Ispra (Italy). Gexcel Srl is proud to support all major standard formats such as the ASTM E57 and LAS.
Visit us at Intergeo, Hall 3 Booth F 3.033