This case study shows how UAV data is used to calculate daily earthworks on a quarry. A base DSM was generated and incremental flights were done on a daily basis to see where material were picked up and moved. This was to track cut and fill volumes and locations for 8 weeks. Because of the repetitive nature, FME was used to do the initial cut and fill models. The results are then analysed in QGIS using the zonal score calculator and a report is generated for each day.
UAV Change detection using FME and QGIS
Presentation type: Full length
Session: Remote Sensing
Anton van Wyk
1Spatial is a software solutions provider and global leader in managing geospatial data. Our data management tools support some of the world’s largest databases and our consultants are recognised across the industry as experts in their field. 1Spatial Australia work in a wide range of industries across both private and public sector and are a Platinum partner of Safe Software distributing FME. We specialise in managing the data that is central to enterprise decision-making. That includes geospatial (location) data, CAD and non-spatial data. We work closely with clients to understand their needs and to make (and keep) their data consistent, complete and current. Our innovative, rules-based technology automates complex data management routines so that decisions are always based on the highest-quality data available.