Our caller, Scott from Denver, is a regular ADU listener and is into drone roof inspections. What is the best way for Scott to present his drone models to his clients? Can you view full resolution inspection images at a click of a button?
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01:37 – Today’s question is about drone roof inspections
02:42 – Which mapping software allows you to view full resolution images on a click of a button?
03:30 – Paul shares his Sloan Park baseball stadium point cloud
04:57 – How can you show your point cloud to your client?
06:00 – Watch and learn how to view full resolution images in Pix4D during a drone roof inspection
06:55 – How can you view a drone mapping project remotely?
08:16 – How long does a point cloud clean up take?
08:50 – Can you outsource your drone mapping needs?
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