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You will always be able to download the raw data you upload for free.

GeoNadir uses AWS-managed cloud servers in Australia.

When you upload datasets to GeoNadir, you have the choice to share it publicly to the FAIR Global map for others to use, or not. The choice is yours.

The outcome of a procedure that involves combining several overlapping photos, such as those captured by a drone or an aerial camera, is known as image stitching. This process eliminates distortions to create a seamless and uninterrupted map or image representation of a specific area on the earth’s surface.

Orthomosaics are downloaded as GeoTIFF images.

DEM: A digital elevation model (DEM) is a gridded raster data that provides a three-dimensional view of the terrain. It eliminates terrain vector features, such as streams, break lines, and ridges, as well as all ground-based objects, both natural (such as trees and vegetation) and built (including buildings, towers, and power lines).

DTM: A digital terrain model (DTM) is a three-dimensional representation of the bare earth surface, which encompasses the terrain’s topography. It comprises a set of points with specific heights and incorporates characteristics such as rivers, ridges, and break-lines. This model excludes all-natural or human-made objects present on the earth’s surface, including buildings and vegetation.

DSM: A digital surface model (DSM) is a three-dimensional depiction of the Earth’s surface that includes both natural and man-made objects located on it. This model represents the elevations of reflective surfaces such as vegetation, buildings, and other features above the bare earth. It is typically viewed as a model of the canopy that covers the surface of the bare earth and reflects the mean sea level elevations.

TMS stands for Tile Mapping Service. You can use a TMS to stream an orthomosaic to other platforms as a base map.

This saves you time because you don’t need to download your files and then re-upload them to a 3rd party. If you want further explanation on how you can stream TMS to ArcGIS, ArcGIS Pro, and QGIS, head to our YouTube channel.

Yes, you can sign up for a free trial of Advanced or Professional for 14 days.

Yes. It is part of our commitment to FAIR principles to always offer a free tier to broaden access to drone mapping resources.

We are constantly refining our products and services based on user feedback and testing. At the moment we are in a beta period for our Advanced and Professional subscriptions which means that the full set of features for these subscription levels have not yet been fully  implemented.

We are in continuous development of new features for our community as soon as possible and as a result, the price may have to increase to support the addition of more features are added. We will inform you before any changes take place and at the moment of sign-up, you lock in your pricing for 12 months.

The datasets you upload will always remain private unless you choose to make them publicly available (FAIR). If your subscription lapses your datasets will remain on the platform, and be accessible, however you will lose access to some other features.

Yes, you can do this at any time. Downgrades will take effect at the end of the billing cycle you had already paid for.

If you don’t use all the orthomosaic downloads that you have bought within a month the remainder will be added to your quota for the following month.

For example, if you buy the Professional package, you will receive 5 orthomosaic downloads credited to your account each month. In case you only use 3 downloads during the first month, the remaining 2 will be carried over to the second month. This means you will have a total of 7 downloads available in the second month.

These subscriptions are meant for single users, however, we can offer a tailored Enterprise subscription for organisations that need multiple users associated with an account.