Today’s question is about mapping a structure surrounded by trees. How do you map a structure when vegetation is obstructing your field of view? What are some hacks which will help you get accurate mapping data?
Our caller, Ken has once again come up with a great question. He wishes to map a structure surrounded by vegetation. How can he do this? Does he need to fly in manual mode for doing so? And is it necessary for him to do ground camera work? Tune in and hear Rob and Paul discuss this mapping question. Fly Safe!
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- [01:40] Today’s question is about mapping a structure surrounded by trees
- [05:11] What are some ways to map the corner of a building that is surrounded by vegetation?
- [07:11] Do you need to do ground camera work? Are there any issues with doing this?