WATCH A DRONE IN FLIGHT
This is Colibri testing a new camera aboard our "heavy lifter" hexacopter.
Below are highlights intended to showcase Colibri's drone capabilities
Sandia Peak Tramway
NO DRONE ZONE
Special permissions were required to fly these projects.
Earning trust is just the first step.
Drones can put cameras and sensor equipment into places that, oherwise,
would be too dangerous for people.
100 years old
Decades of abandonment and fire damage has left this iconic historical building in ruins. Uneven floors, broken glass, this is not a safe place to attempt taking measurements traditionally.
These are aerial photographs utilized for conceptual marketing peices.
Ok, maybe that is a touch dramatic, but really,
this place can be dangerous.
The red arrows indicate areas inspected, close proximity, in full 4K .
Keep in mind, this video is an inspection (not made to be pretty).
MAPPING & 3D MODELING
CLICK HERE FOR THE 3D MODEL
The window below is an example of a photogrammetric map of the railyards,
Scroll around, zoom in, you will notice the clarity compared to the satellite image underneath.
The blue button will navigate between the map and the model. Click the small blue tab to expand.
Use your mouse wheel to zoom and click and drag to view this project in 3D.
We found this on the editing room floor.