Eurosense is one of the leading aerial surveying, remote sensing and geo-data companies in Europe, with headquarters in Belgium. The group was created in 1964 and has offices in Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, France, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Bulgaria and Romania. Specialties of Eurosense include: high resolution photogrammetric imagery (up to 2 cm GSD), true orthophotos, aerial LiDAR, 3D-modeling, aerial thermography, change detection, trees inventory and health analysis, GIS-consultancy, and other geo-related queries. Customers are both public (government) and private (such as architecture, construction, engineering, telecommunication, utility and solar industries).
Eurosense offers high quality geographical information, derived from two remote sensing sources, being spaceborne and airborne. All data is processed and interpreted by Eurosense in order to meet high standards for quality, precision and reliability. Eurosense is constantly developing knowledge to respond quickly to new technologies on the market.
Eurosense has built a strong reputation in the acquisition of aerial imagery and LiDAR measurements. On top of that, Eurosense also produces other value-added products such as land cover classifications, 3D city models, object detection maps, and so on. Thermography and tree health assessments are other important focus areas of Eurosense. Eurosense works with both aerial and satellite imagery.
Eurosense acquires geo data from scratch with its company-owned fleet of aircraft, and state-of-the-art sensors (photogrammetric cameras, LiDAR scanners and thermographic cameras) . With the latest software and own hardware, the team of skilled engineers and operators process this raw geo data into useful, value-added products.
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The 3D City Models produced by Eurosense respect the parallelism, the orthogonality, and the planarity of the geometries. All the buildings are fully compliant with the CityGML standards.
3D models can be used for several calculations such as volume or solar potential. Each unit (building) is a separate entity and can contain attributes. The 3D model can easily be linked to external databases.
What’s the difference between a 3D mesh and a 3D city model?
In a 3D mesh, the objects are mapped by a mesh structure of polygons (usually triangles) with texture images. Individual objects in the model can easily be recognized by the human eye, but cannot be distinguished by computer systems. A 3D mesh is mainly used for visualization; it contains purely geometric and appearance information.
The Ryder Cup, the famous biennial men’s golf competition between teams with the best players from Europe and the United States, should have taken place at the end of September 2020. Because of circumstances we all know, the Ryder Cup has been postponed to 2021. To stay in the spirit, Eurosense is happy to share some beautiful aerial imagery recently captured of golf courses in Europe.
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