A Church Calling in 3D

This example of a Roman Catholic Church in Latvia demonstrates how our photogrammetry workflow captures quality data for building & topographical surveys. Providing 3D point clouds, DWGs & measured building surveys quicker & with less risk.

Such data can be used to plan renovation work, carry out high altitude site inspections and present potential extension plans virtually before any physical works take place.

By capturing a digital twin of existing structures in this way can save time money and accelerates planning permission decisions.

Seeing is believing.

 

Completed in 2 Days

  • 1284 images processed
  • Captured with DJI Mavic 2 drone
  • Processed in Reality Capture Software

 Key Skills Used:

  • Drone Piloting
  • Flight Planning
  • Mapping
  • Photogrammetry
  • LiDAR
  • Spectral imaging

What is a ‘Digital Twin’ and what is it used for?

Digital twin technology is one of the fastest growing concepts of Industry 4.0. In the simplest terms, a digital twin is a virtual replica of a real-world object that is run in a simulation environment to test its performance and efficacy.

Benefits include:

  1. Accelerated risk assessment and production time
  2. Predictive maintenance
  3. Real-time remote monitoring
  4. Better team collaboration
  5. Better financial decision-making

About This Church
Roman Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist in Viski was built in period 1908 – 1925. It is significant national landmark, one of the few sacral buildings in Daugavpils region that was built of abated stones and belongs to one-tower basilica crucifix church type.

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