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What is Pix4Dinspect?
How do I obtain a license for Pix4Dinspect?
Is Pix4Dinspect available for desktop?
Which internet browsers and operating systems support Pix4Dinspect?
In which languages is Pix4Dinspect available?
Is my data secure?
What are the inputs/outputs of Pix4Dinspect?
Which cameras are compatible with Pix4Dinspect?
Can images without geolocation be processed in Pix4Dinspect?
How many inspections can I create?
What happens if I am not satisfied with the results?
How many images can I process using Pix4Dinspect?
Does Pix4Dinspect include 2D and 3D visualization?
How can I change the unit of measurements?
Does Pix4Dinspect generate an inspection report?
What happens to my projects when my license expires?
What is the price of Pix4Dinspect?
How can I get technical support for Pix4Dinspect?
Pix4Dinspect is a cloud-based software generating 2D maps and 3D models and offering visual inspection and asset management capabilities for professionals in the infrastructure sector. It includes new artificial intelligence-based capabilities to detect potential failures in infrastructure, along with specific tower inspection tools.
To obtain a license, contact our sales team here.
Pix4Dinspect is a Cloud-only platform.
The following browsers can be used to work with Pix4Dinspect on Windows 10+ and MacOS:
- Chrome (latest version)
- Firefox (latest version)
- Internet Explorer Edge (latest version)
- Internet Explorer 11 (partially supported)
- Safari 11+
Pix4Dinspect is available in English, Japanese, and Spanish. To change the language:
- On the top right, click the user icon and select Language.
- Select the desired language.
Using Pix4Dinspect, you can import RGB images (.jpg, .jpeg) or videos from Parrot Anafi (.mp4). More information in: Inputs. Pix4Dinspect outputs include a point cloud, DSM, orthomosaic, and reports. For more information: Outputs.
Pix4Dinspect supports geolocated JPEG images from the most popular DJI drones and drone manufacturers' cameras providing the recommended XMP tags (for position and orientation).
It is not possible to process images without geolocation in Pix4Dinspect.
The number of inspections that can be created depends on the purchased license.
In case of bad quality results for an inspection, you are allowed to upload a new dataset under the same asset for maximum other two times during a 15-days interval after the first upload. In this case, the total uploads (maximum 3 per inspection) will count as just 1 consumed inspection.
There is no limitation regarding the number of images to process. However, for an optimal experience with our servers, Pix4D Cloud can process a dataset of about 1,000 images and, for technical limitations, the maximum number of images that can be processed per project is 4000. Keep in mind that we expect from our users to respect our fair usage policy.
What is Pix4Dinspect fair usage policy?
According to our fair usage policy, the average on a yearly basis of all the uploaded inspections must not exceed 15 PGPs.
PGPs = number of images * image resolution [MP] / 1000
For example: 750 images of 20MP = 15 PGP.
Web measurements calculated on the results are displayed in metric or imperial units. To change the unit system:
- On the top right, click the user icon and select Account settings.
- In the panel Solution preference, select the measurement unit.
Yes, Pix4Dinspect is able to generate an inspection report, which includes the information derived from the Image annotations and the Antenna tool.
Once a license expires, the inspections are kept on our servers and can still be accessed before their deletion according to our Retention policy. New inspections cannot be created, unless a new license is purchased.
For technical questions about our products contact our support team here.