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Hi,
I been working with ODM and WebODM both in research and teaching at our University in Finland. Our goal is to create services that reaches a wider audiences and more user friendly.

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Welcome Augustine-Moses! Glad to have you here.

Thank you.

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I am a watershed restoration manager working on helping communities visualize the change that can take place.

My current work flow is a Mavic Air 2 with Dronelink to map. WebODM desktop to model. Blender to post process a create pre/post restoration visualizations and then Sketchfab to host. .

I am trying to find people working on similar apps or workflow that could help me step up my game.

My current sticking point is really getting the best out of my drone and processing the highest quality model with the WebODM set-up that I have. I am really cost prohibited.

Any advice or guidance would be appreciated

Santa Margarita River - Existing Conditions by RiverSonicRun on Sketchfab

Sandia Creek Drive - New Bridge by RiverSonicRun on Sketchfab

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This use case makes my heart sing.

Hello,
John from Flower Mound, Texas. I have started my business “Hooks Aerial Photography LLC”, and I am in the process of learning WebODM. I have used Pix4D, DroneDeploy, Measure.com, Maps Made Easy, using two P4Pv2 for now and needing a cheaper solution for a processing software. So here I am, I purchased a course with AZ.Drone.net for a beginner course to WebODM, I would say its a very good course. I down loaded the WebODM guide and found a link to the forum. I will be chiming in to get expertise from the seasoned pilots.
Thanks,
John

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Hi there! I’m from Canada and new to the community!

Drone enthusiast, I pilot a DJI Mavic Air 2S. I have an interest for photogrammetry and I’m beginning computer engineering studies this fall, so I hope that I will be able to learn more about WebODM soon! :slight_smile:

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Awesome! Welcome!

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Aloha from Hawaii!
Been a basic webodm user for about a year. I fly a Mavic Pro 2. I joined as I would like to get a better grasp of the ODM and potentially use it to start a drone business in my community.

Awesome! Welcome and aloha.

Hello everybody,

Greeting from Spain.
Total newbie here.

I want to get a hands on with ODM

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Bienvenido!

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Greetings from Malaga - Andalucia - Spain

I am a photographer and a couple of years ago I started to get into the drone world, I have taken most of the necessary qualifications to be able to fly professionally.

I have stumbled in this community because I was weighing different options to make terrain maps and I see that opendronemap is perfectly suited to my needs.

I have chosen to buy the webodm installer for windows, although my computer is a Hackintosh I think that when rendering natively in my case in the OS windows will give me better results, I have also added the guide “OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide” a reading that I consider very useful. and for lack of knowledge I have also bought the gpu editor pro, which I doubt very much that I get to use it in a while.

Surely with the help of this forum I will improve the results and solve the constant doubts that appear with the use.

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Bienvenido @ImaSoft360!

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Hello … I’m just learning about OpenDroneMap. I use dji Mavic 2 and Mavic 3 drones. My current area of interest is in creating maps of golf courses. I am using dronelink to do the missions to take the photos … and I’m looking for a good program to stitch these all together.

I’m trying to get WebODM installed on my iMac Pro, but am having a few issues. (I’ll make this a separate post) In the meantime I did try out WebODM Lightning for one project and the results are promising.

Looks great! Welcome!

Good day/evening everyone :grin:

I am Ryan a surveyor from Philippines. Very interested to learn about ODM.

I have been using PIX4DMapper since 2016, planning to try ODM very soon. I do mapping with my Mavic 2 Pro. Mostly my clients need the orthomosaic and topo (contour) data.

What I do with PIX4DMapper is manually create tie points through the NEW POLYLINE command and click on the ground/open areas of the point cloud then extract the polyline and use the vertex points to process contour in civil 3d. This way I will only use the ground points instead of having points from the vegetation and other outliers.

Can ODM do this? Manually create points and extract? Or does it have a better algorithm to categorize ground points from man-made points or vegetation?

Hoping to learn more and use ODM for my upcoming project.

Olá sou de Lagoa da Prata, Minas Gerais. Brasil.
Sou técnico em processamento de dados.
Estou implantando levantamento via drones com sistema RTK/PPK.
Consigo informações específicas sobre esse processo através do webodm?

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Welcome and yes! Start a separate thread with this question and we can help you through the process.