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CLI for generating maps and more from drone, balloon or kite images

An open source command line toolkit for processing aerial drone imagery, ODM turns simple 2D images into: classified point clouds, 3-D textured models, georeferenced orthorectified imagery, georeferenced digital elevation models, and more.



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RogueScholar, craigt

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26 May 2023

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Software prerequisites

Required to userasterio
Required to useedt
Required to useShapely
Required to usevmem
Required to usePyYAML
Required to usepyodm
Required to usetrimesh
Required to useFiona
Required to usematplotlib
Required to usecloudpickle
Required to usescikit-image
Required to useappsettings
Required to usebeautifulsoup4
Required to usepandas
Required to usefpdf2
Required to usepytz
Required to usepyproj
Required to usenetworkx
Required to usescipy
Required to useattrs
Required to usePillow
Required to useonnxruntime
Required to usepiexif
Required to usepygltflib
Required to userepoze.lru
Required to usescikit-learn
Required to uselxml
Required to useODMExifRead
Required to usecodem
Required to usenumpy
Required to usePywavelets
Required to usePysolar
Required to usexmltodict
Required to usedocker
Required to usejoblib

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 9 April 2022.


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