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EEB STUDIO

Architectural survey, photogrammetric surveys with drone and reconstructions for architecture,

archaeology, marketing and restoration

Our offer

Our studio specializes in the use of advanced technologies to create precise and detailed 3D models of any object, building or surface, using the most advanced photogrammetric techniques

 

Photogrammetry is a constantly evolving technology that allows you to acquire data and information through the processing of digital images. Thanks to the use of sophisticated tools, we are able to create accurate models and high definition orthophotos from a series of photographs taken from different angles.

 

Our studio is located in the heart of Veneto and we collaborate with various companies and institutions, offering photogrammetry services for applications in the architectural, archaeological, topographical and industrial fields.

 

We are convinced that photogrammetry can represent an innovative and efficient solution for many applications and we are ready to offer you our experience and skills.

palmanova 1
castello di gorizia 3
ortofoto via S.Paolo superiore
Immagine 2023-03-28 182306
superiore
Superiore Zenitale complessiva
castel dell'ovo 1
Immagine 2023-03-28 182550
porta napoli1
Immagine 2023-03-28 182457
porta napoli2
castello di gorizia 1
palmanova 1
castello di gorizia 3
ortofoto via S.Paolo superiore
Immagine 2023-03-28 182306
superiore
Superiore Zenitale complessiva
castel dell'ovo 1
Immagine 2023-03-28 182550
porta napoli1
Immagine 2023-03-28 182457
porta napoli2
castello di gorizia 1

Photogrammetry

Photogrammetric surveys are a type of survey technique that involves using photographs or images to obtain measurements and other data about objects or features in a given area. The process involves taking overlapping photos of the area of interest from different angles and using specialized software to process and analyze the images.

In the architectural field, photogrammetric surveys can be used to create accurate 3D models of buildings, both interior and exterior, which can be used for design, renovation or restoration purposes. Photogrammetry can also be used to map the location and orientation of architectural elements such as columns, beams and facades, which can be useful for identifying structural problems or assessing the condition of historic buildings.


In the archaeological field, photogrammetric surveys can be used to document and map the location and characteristics of archaeological sites and artefacts. The technique can help identify features that may not be visible on the surface, such as buried structures, and can also be used to create detailed maps of site layouts and structures.


In the surveying field, photogrammetric surveys can be used to create digital elevation models (DEMs) and high-resolution topographic maps. This can be useful for a number of applications, including urban planning, environmental monitoring and natural resource management. Additionally, photogrammetry can be used to create detailed 3D models of landscapes and terrain, which can be used for visualization, simulation and analysis purposes.

Some of our works

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