The standard output resolution of our field maps is 0.3 meters per pixel (30cm per pixel). This is based upon a survey from a GoPro camera at 100 meters altitude. From these same survey specs, we can generate up to .05m/pixel (5cm/pixel), however most of our customers do not require this resolution. 0.3m/pixel is a happy medium that achieves sufficient resolution for the majority of applications and keeps the file size down. If you want higher resolution output, include a special request with your imagery upload. Keep in mind that if you want greater than 0.05cm/pixel, you may have to fly your survey at a lower altitude than our recommended 100 meters and adjust the rest of your survey parameters accordingly.
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