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Image In Flight: Sacramento Railyard 3D Modeling November 30, 2016

The most exciting and interactive way to capture your latest project is to have Image In Flight fly a mapping mission.  With a complete set of overlapping images covering an area, you can pull all sort of analytics, including 3D models.  A 3D model provides a detailed current view on your location from every angle.  It also provides the most accurate and up to date information on a project which leads to better planning.

Image in Flight has been providing 3D models for customers since our inception. Using a drone and industry specific software it’s easier than ever to get a 3D model of just about anything.

So we fired up the drones and created this sample of the old Sacramento Railyards.

The Sacramento Railyards was once a hub for the transcontinental railroad, now it’s being transformed into a major mixed use transit oriented center. There will be a mix of living spaces, retail, entertainment, offices, theaters, parks and museums.  

The history of the railroad yard and the current buildings will be preserved while also being repurposed for modern living.

This is where we come in. The more detailed information that the builders get of the land and the buildings on site the more accurately they can strategize their plans. When it comes to something as important as historical buildings that are being preserved the more information they have the better.

With an aerial survey of the land, the builders will be able to see on demand the details of the Sacramento railyards.

With a 3D model of the current standing buildings, the engineers are able to closely inspect each building.  This helps keep them safe while still providing them the information they require.

Explore the Sacramento Railyards 3D model for yourself.

If you have questions about 3D models for your next project, contact us here.

Heather Emerson-Smith

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