sUAS Imagery, Laser Scanning, Orthophotography
Corstorphine Parish Church
Laser Scanning, Photogrammetry, Orthophotography
Pennylands PoW camp
Elevated Photography, Virtual Tour Photography
Mingary Castle is the most intact 13th century in Scotland. We were commissioned, prior to a major renovation, to produce a metric survey of the castle comprising orthophoto and stone by stone drawings of all the internal and external elevations.
The castle was laser scanned. Photography was taken using a calibrated, medium format camera and from a calibrated camera mounted on a sUAS. Terrestrial stereo photogrammetric and structure from motion techniques were used to supplement the laser scan data. The final point cloud was used to generate the ortho-rectified elevations.
sUAS Oblique Imagery (Aerial services provided by Flying Scotscam)
Ortho-rectified elevation created from laser scan data and sUAS photography
Laser scan point cloud of castle interior