Currently I’m using the free trial and am really enjoying the UX of Drone Deploy, hands down the best on the market. I’m just wanting to know if moving onto a paid subscription will result in a better quality end result or not.
This weekend I did a ‘structure scan’ of the shed on our families property. I used a combination of nadir imagery for the overall site, plus oblique imagery around the shed and I also included 45 degree oblique images taken from a grid pattern above.
The end result/ orthophoto and 3D model that Drone Deploy produced was good but not brilliant, I would have thought with all the imagery that I supplied that I would have had a better result.
As an example see the link below;
For the 2D map, zoom in on the roof of the shed and you will see that it’s not well aligned. I understand that homogenous imagery is tougher but there is a bucket load of overlap of images.
My question is; is this because I have supplied poor imagery or is it because I am using a trial version that is only 15cm accurate? When I go onto a paid plan can I expect the same data to produce better end results? I did process this using the ‘structure’ method, perhaps that is the reason. Some advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.