Committed to providing highly
accurate and cost effective geospatial data acquisition and processing services.
Acuvec services include Photogrammetric Data
Acquisition & Processing, Raster to Vector Conversion, GIS Data Conversion, Earthwork Quantities, as required
by our clients.
Low-altitude aerial surveys
Acquisition of 3-dimensional spatial and metric information by UAV drone for
high-precision aerial surveys.
Acuvec offers unique ability to quickly and precisely perform highly detailed aerial surveys for
smaller areas. Flying at low altitude and equipped with a high resolution camera we can produce orthomosaics
and 3D models at resolution of 5cm GSD. The UAV Aerial Surveys are ideally suited for the following
- Engineering grade Topographic Surveys
- Open Pit Mines
- Golf Courses
- Environmental Engineering
Acuvec offers a full line of Data Processing services with fast turn-around,
competitive pricing and outstanding customer service.
Once data collection is complete, fast and automatic data processing allows for speedy end
product deliveries. Following Photogrammetry and Data Processing Services are provided.
- Digital Elevation Models
- Digital Orthophotos
- Contouring and Volume Calculations
- NDVI Maps
- UAV Image Stitching
Acuvec Geospatial is the distributor for the
industry standardAgisoft Photoscan and RACURS Photomod software in
Agisoft PhotoScan Professional
Ideally suited for small Unmanned Aerial Systems,
Agisoft PhotoScan Professional allows you to generate high
resolution georeferenced orthophotos and exceptionally detailed Digital Elevation Models. Thousands of aerial
images can be processed on a desktop computer to produce professional class photogrammetric
PHOTOMOD Software Family
PHOTOMOD software family comprises a wide range of products for photogrammetric processing of
the remote sensing data which allow to extract geometrically accurate spatial information from almost any
commercially available type of imagery obtained by film or digital cameras, high resolution satellite
scanners and synthetic aperture radars.