What we do

 

At the end of 2020 we shifted our business objective from precision agriculture to what has become our lead expertise and passion, photogrammetry and virtual reconstruction. Photogrammetry is the process of converting real-life objects and environments into 3D models and other digital assets from photographs of such objects and environments.

We are now building on the drone based aerial photogrammetry that got us started with close-up terrestrial photogrammetry using high resolution ground cameras and drones. Such integration enables us to 3D scan a wide spectrum of asset sizes from small fossils to large statues, monuments and geological features. We are thus creating photo-scanned 3D models or virtual clones for science, design, marketing, culture, art and entertainment.

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What is photogrammetry?

 

Simply put photogrammetry is the art of generating 3D models of real life objects from many images of those same objects. Photogrammetry has become indispensable in the growing trend virtualization or digitization of the physical reality around us, from an insect to a planet. Such technology combined with 3D modeling, virtual reality and augmented reality, offers cutting-edge and transformative applications in thousands of disciplines. These include engineering, topography, architecture, construction and mining, real state, geology, archeology, medicine, forensics, military intelligence, cultural heritage, sports, art, film and entertainment.

We are currently developing digital twins for archeology, paleontology, cultural heritage, tourism, marketing, art and entertainment. Samples of our 3D models are available on this website and at https://sketchfab.com/RubenBernardino/models. Below is an exciting sample of our work, a digital twin of La Torresaviñan Castle, Spain.

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Rubén Bernardino

ruben@dronicola.com

+34. 657.310.316

Madrid, Spain

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