A drone 3D model refers to a digital spatial model that is created by using aerial images
taken by a drone. The process of taking aerial images to make models and maps is
called aerial photogrammetry. We use this to scan landmasses, buildings, construction
sites, and anything else at height.
Put simply, an orthomosaic is like Google Earth, but way sharper. It is a large,
map-quality image with high detail and resolution made by combining many smaller
images called orthophotos. We can make real measurements from these maps.