Drones take 6 hours to map Matterhorn

10/21/2013 | New Scientist

The Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps has been mapped in incredible detail by three eBee drones in only six hours. SenseFly, an unmanned aerial vehicle company, and aerial photography firm Pix4D showed off their work at the Drones and Aerial Robotics Conference in New York. "Such a combination of high altitudes, steep rocky terrain and sheer size of dataset has simply not been done before with drones. We wanted to show that it was possible," said Adam Klaptocz of SenseFly.

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