Mapping and Inspection Software
Mapping, measurements, or digital twin modeling delivering actionable data for your business
or service anywhere, anytime.
PhotoMeshTM automatically converts the H520E or H520E-RTK oblique and nadir images to high- resolution, textured, 3Dmesh models (3DML), True-Orthophotos (with no building lean)
TerraExplorerTM Plus for editing and analyzing geo-referenced projects from 3D terrain, 3D mesh, Lidar, BIM, raster and feature databases
Digital Surface Models, Digital Terrain Models and Photogrammetric Point Clouds
Stunning 3DML output with Edge detection/extraction for sharp/crisp images
Color registration of mesh for more consistently vibrant images Incorporate LiDAR Data to enhance under vegetation, alleys, and thin features.
Specifically designed for the YUNEEC H520E/RTK E90X camera to produce the highest precision
Supports Wide Range of Formats
Imports and exports to industry standard file formats to allow model enhancements.
Outputs: 3DML, 3D Tiles, SLPK/I3S, OSGB, OBJ, DAE, Orthophoto, DSM, DTM, and Colorized LAS
|YUNEEC PhotoMesh Plus||YUNEEC PhotoMesh GX1000 Plus|
|License||Single computer license||Multiple CPU license for scaling large projects & fast processing|
|Projects||1 Concurrent Project||3 Concurrent Projects|
|Image Processing||Unlimited Processing and/or images||1,000 GigaPixels (about 45,000 images)|
|Fees||Annual recurring payment||One time fee, then credit purchase model|
|Operating System||Windows® 8 / 10 Windows® Server 2012 R2 / 2016 / 2019 – 64-bit required|
|System Memory||16 GB RAM (32 GB recommended) |
|Video Card||1 GB of video memory (2 GB or more recommended). Pixel and vertex shader v3.0.|
|Processor||4 cores (8 cores recommended) |
|Browser||Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or higher|
|Additional Software||.Net Framework 4.6.1 required|
 Note that RAM requirements are mostly affected by the number of photos in the AT tile and the reconstruction tile size.
 PhotoMesh works best in a multi-core environment and can utilize multiple CPU’s and hyper-threaded processors. In the latest PhotoMesh performance tests, using a single computer, 16 GB RAM, and 8 cores, output was between 10-15 gigapixels/day, depending on the machine and resource availability. This relates to standard input data, with default PhotoMesh settings, and can vary significantly with different PhotoMesh settings and datasets.