Inpho® software is designed to precisely transform aerial images into consistent and accurate point clouds and surface models, orthophoto mosaics and digitized 3D features using state-of-the-art photogrammetry techniques. Its modules can be used as a complete system or as individual components which integrate easily into any photogrammetric production workflow.
Rigorous theory, mathematical modeling, workflow automation and sophisticated software engineering ensure the highest standard of photogrammetric accuracy and productivity. With thousands of implementations, Inpho software is in use globally to standardize and enhance image data for national mapping, forestry, agriculture, mining, utility and energy, urban development, defense and disaster response.
Precise aerial image triangulation with exceptional performance
Reconstruct the image orientation for image blocks of any shape and overlap using advanced mathematical modeling and adjustment techniques
Professional software for high-quality ortho-rectification of digital aerial or satellite imagery generating true orthophotos for both single images and complete image blocks.
Adjust and combine thousands of orthophotos from any source into perfect, seamless, color-balanced and geometrically correct orthomosaics without any subdivision.
Automatically create digital terrain and surface models from aerial or satellite image blocks.
Digital photogrammetric stereo workstation to collect 3D features directly into ArcGIS, AutoCAD or MicroStation.
Powerful digital terrain, surface model and LiDAR editing station.
Efficiently process hundreds of millions of DTM points with unsurpassed quality of interpolation, filtering, management, application and visualization.
Modern computer-vision algorithms combined with proven state-of-the-art photogrammetric techniques produce accurate results automatically, with minimal manual interaction:
eCognition Essentials software offers an out-of-the-box solution to perform common remote sensing tasks such as forest, agricultural and land-cover mapping. Furthermore, users can execute change detection tasks by either comparing an image pair from two different time intervals or use an existing GIS-Layer and compare it to a newly acquired image. The guided workflow enables analysis of standard data sources via image segmentation, sample-based or change detection classification, combined with a set of interactive tools for quality control.
Save time with ruleset development through pre-defined workflow steps. Remote sensing and GIS analysts are able to easily extract valuable information with optimal results