Posts by dan.michalec:

Micro-Scale Photogrammetry: UAS for Construction Monitoring

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 By Dan Michalec cool things, fresh ideas

Point 1: Photogrammetry is not a new science. For hundreds of years, photogrammetry has been applied successfully across varied and vast geospatial extents to help users understand and analyze their environments. Point 2: Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) allow for the quick and efficient acquisition of aerial imagery—the very building blocks of photogrammetry. A single UAS […]

The Eyeball Perspective

Thursday, December 14th, 2017 By Dan Michalec cool things, in the works

Cartography offers an opportunity to view our world from a variety of unique perspectives. For thousands of years, cartographers have tried to create flat representations of our round planet by partitioning, measuring, mosaicking and controlling its surface. Modern cartography has further unlocked entire industries of analysis and intelligent decision-making about the land and our impact […]