DJI Terra is a 3D model reconstruction software that has photogrammetry as its core technology. It supports a range of accurate and efficient 2D and 3D reconstruction of visible light, and data processing through DJI LiDAR. DJI Terra is a perfect match for DJI Enterprise drones and payloads
- 3D model reconstruction software that has photogrammetry as its core technology.
- Supports a range of accurate and efficient 2D and 3D reconstruction of visible light.
- Data processing through DJI LiDAR.
- Supported on Windows 7 (64-bit) or later.
- Recommended hardware configuration: At least 32GB RAM and at least a NVIDIA 1050 Ti.
- Perfect match for DJI Enterprise drones and payloads.
In the fast-paced world of aerial technology, DJI Terra has emerged as a game-changer, revolutionizing the field of 3D model reconstruction. With its core technology rooted in photogrammetry, this cutting-edge software has been designed to support a wide range of accurate and efficient 2D and 3D reconstruction using visible light data. But that’s not all—DJI Terra takes it a step further by integrating DJI LiDAR for enhanced data processing capabilities.
One of the standout features of DJI Terra is its compatibility with Windows 7 (64-bit) and newer operating systems. This ensures that users can seamlessly harness the power of this software on their preferred platform. Additionally, DJI Terra comes with a recommended hardware configuration of at least 32GB RAM and an NVIDIA 1050 Ti graphics card, ensuring smooth and optimized performance.
DJI Terra’s power lies in its ability to transform data captured by DJI Enterprise drones and payloads into detailed and accurate 3D models. By leveraging the latest advancements in photogrammetry and LiDAR technology, this software opens up a world of possibilities for professionals in various industries.
Construction professionals can utilize DJI Terra to create highly accurate 3D models of job sites, allowing for precise measurements, volumetric analysis, and virtual walkthroughs. Architects and urban planners can benefit from the software’s capabilities to generate intricate models of landscapes and buildings, facilitating better design decisions and urban development.