Mapping and 3D modelling using quadrotor drone and GIS software

Widodo Budiharto, Edy Irwansyah, Jarot S. Suroso, Andry Chowanda, Heri Ngarianto, Alexander Agung Santoso Gunawan
2021 Journal of Big Data  
Background The main obstacle for local and daily or weekly time-series mapping using very high-resolution satellite imagery is the high price and availability of data. These constraints are currently obtaining solutions in line with the development of improved UAV drone technology with a wider range and imaging sensors that can be used. Findings Research conducted using Inspire 2 quadcopter drones with RGB cameras, developing 3D models using photogrammetric and situation mapping uses geographic
more » ... information systems. The drone used has advantages in a wider range of areas with adequate power support. The drone is also supported by a high-quality camera with dreadlocks for image stability, so it is suitable for use in mapping activities. Conclusions Using Google earth data at two separate locations as a benchmark for the accuracy of measurement of the area at three variations of flying height in taking pictures, the results obtained were 98.53% (98.68%), 95.2% (96.1%), and 94.4% (94.7%) for each altitude of 40, 80, and 100 m. The next research is to assess the results of the area for more objects from the land cover as well as for the more varied polygon area so that the reliability of the method can be used in general
doi:10.1186/s40537-021-00436-8 fatcat:2p4f46h2jjhqtgkq65r7ueedk4