September 11, 2018 -- An Intel® Falcon™ 8+ drone was used to carry out an aerial inspection and survey of Hwahongmun Gate of Korea’s Suwon Hwaseong fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage site and an important part of Korea’s culture and history.
Using the Intel Falcon 8+ system and 36-megapixel Sony A7R payload, Intel’s strategic partner DRONEID was able to conduct an aerial survey and inspect the Hwahongmun Gate in just a few hours. (Credit: DRONEID)
A 3D model of Hwahongmun Gate was generated using thousands of detailed images captured from an Intel Falcon 8+ drone. Drones are emerging as an important tool to not only capture data but also provide a digital archive of history and help in the effort to preserve architectural structures of cultural and historic significance.
A digital 3D model of Hwahongmun Gate was generated using thousands of detailed images captured from an Intel Falcon 8+ drone. (Credit: DRONEID)
Intel Mission Control software provides advanced flight planning automation for increased workflow efficiency and data accuracy. (Credit: DRONEID)