Get started with real data
Download any of these projects for free* and explore Pix4Dsurvey functionalities with a real dataset.
Using real data demonstrates what Pix4D software can do and will help you understand what’s needed when collecting your own data.
Not sure where to begin? Follow the instructions below each data set to create your first project.
The goal of this project is:
|General project information|
|Average Ground Sampling Distance (GSD)||2.39 cm / 0.94 in|
|Area covered||0.0441 km2 / 4.41 ha / 0.017 sq. mi. / 10.90 acres|
|Output coordinate system||CH1903+ / LV95
Vertical Coordinate System: Geoid Height Above Bessel 1841 Ellipsoid = 0 meters
|UAV||eBee X (senseFly)|
|Image acquisition plan||2 flight, single grid flight plan|
|Number of images||101|
|Image geolocation coordinate system||WGS84|
|Terrestrial laser scans|
|Laser scanner||Leica ScanStation P40|
|Number of scans¹||2|
|Number of points²||3,549,517 - Bridge
5,327,201 - Village
|Laser point cloud coordinate system||CH1903+ / LV95, Bessel 1841 Ellipsoid|
² The number of points after cleaning the point cloud and reducing the resolution of the point cloud.
|Download project files|
The dataset can be downloaded here (1.6 GB).
The downloaded compressed .zip file contains the following files and folders:
|Open the .p4s Pix4Dsurvey project file|
This section describes how to open the .p4s project to set it up for vectorization.
Once the import is completed both the point clouds and calibrated images will be displayed. You are ready to start vectorizing the project.