Bled Golf Course orthophoto map

  • Bled, Slovenia
  • September 2014

Our objective here was to do a survey map and to perform a boundary survey based on photogrammetric measurements. A drone was flown to a height of 140m to measure more than 160 acres of land. We used the acquired aerial imagery along with ground control points to create a point cloud, a digital surface model and an orthophoto map of the area.

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