Upload different media types into your Birdi mission, such as ground-based photography from a DSLR or smartphone, video files and panoramic 360s. Keep them in one location for assessing, sharing and more.
Using georeferenced data from within each image, visualise the precise capture location of each image in Map View. View image meta data for additional details about the capture (e.g. orientation and pitch).
Switch between satellite or street map views for different perspectives on the mapped area.
Upload your own Geotiffs or request PAYG processing through the Birdi platform, and then visualise them as layers in Map View.
In Map View, toggle on/off different GeoTIFF layers based on the insights you need.
With our drawing tools you can mark points of interest, identify areas, calculate surfaces, measure distances and more.
Annotations can be imported and exported as GeoJSONs, shapefiles or CSVs, so you can take your insights with you.
Visualise and interact with your pointcloud in a 3D viewing environment. Explore your data from different angles and perspectives, and gain deeper insights and understanding of your spatial information.
Use measurement tools to enhance your 3D analyses. These tools include distance, angles, area, and measurement functions for levels and height profiles, and allow you to accurately assess elevation changes and understand the topography of the area you're examining.
Upload your own GeoTIFFs or request PAYG processing through the Birdi platform, and then visualise them as layers in Birdi’s Map View.
With layers, organise and manage your different GeoTIFF outputs such as orthophotos or terrain models. Toggle on/off different layers, reorder, and work with different data layers simultaneously.
Crop specific areas of your processed map for smooth boundary lines. and transform them into your desired output formats, such as setting the resolution, format (jpeg, tiff) and coordinate system.
Transform your orthophotos into your desired output formats (i.e. set the resolution, format [jpeg, tiff] and coordinate system), then export to your computer.