(Available in French only in Canada)
Get the knowledge and skills you need to plan your automated flights and process your data in Pix4D mapper software.
Planning, data acquisition and data processing are the 3 essential steps in achieving optimal flight missions. These topics will be covered in detail to give you all the tools you need.
Thanks to this professional training course in photogrammetry software, take full advantage of all Pix4D mapper functionalities.
You’ll also benefit from concrete examples, such as modeling, classification and orthomosaics.
16h (2 days)
At the end of the course you will be able to :
Theoretical program :
Program and practical exercises :
101-2059 Av. Branly
Quebec City, QC G1N 4C7
Anyone wishing to specialize in Pix4D mapper software.
Hold a license in advanced operations ;
Patrick Chatelle – Enviro-DX and Applications Engineering Manager
Patrick has extensive experience in geomatics, remote sensing and aerial mapping, with particular expertise in data processing using Pix4D mapper, as well as in the use of multispectral and thermal sensors for aerial data collection. He is passionate about applying cutting-edge technologies to solve real-world problems in a variety of fields, including agriculture, surveying, environmental monitoring and natural resource management. Participants in his training course can expect to gain an in-depth understanding of the use of Pix4D mapper and multispectral and thermal sensors for aerial data processing, as well as benefit from the knowledge and practical advice of a seasoned expert in this fast-growing field.
The drone is a tool that we use every day in our business, which is why our training courses reflect the reality of the field.
Consulting and Support
One of our consultants will take the time to define your needs and expectations, to ensure that our training courses are in line with your professional objectives.
The close involvement of our experts will enable you to evolve in a serene environment conducive to the success of your training program.
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