PicStork vs DroneNaksha

What is the difference between PicStork & DroneNaksha? As both the products seems to deal with image capturing and processing.

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Hello @malhar22
Picstok and Dronenaksha process images, but in different Ways.

DroneNaksha is essentially used for stitching photos taken by drones in many formats, such as orthomosaic, DSM, 3D Model, and PointCloud.

Picstork Performs analysis on data collected by drone and orthomosaic maps and also gives Statistical reports in different formats.

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Thanks for response @PRAJAKTA

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Hello @malhar22
DroneNaksha is an advanced drone mapping SaaS designed for surveying and mapping purposes. It excels in seamlessly stitching together aerial imagery to create orthomosaic maps, generating elevation models like DSM, and producing 3D texture models or point clouds. With features such as elevation profile analysis and precise geolocation, DroneNaksha facilitates tasks such as volume calculations for excavation or elevation and crop health monitoring, leveraging various algorithms for vegetation index and soil analysis.

PicStork is an aerial imagery analytics platform with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning capabilities. It enables users to upload their data and train custom detectors, generating comprehensive reports such as temperature profiles and severity levels for defects, alongside object counting profiles. User-friendly and requiring no coding, PicStork offers public models for automation, making it an ideal choice for various aerial imagery analysis tasks.

Moreover, despite their differences, both platforms are interconnected within a synced ecosystem. Users can import orthomosaic maps generated from DroneNaksha into PicStork’s Imageset. Similarly, object detection data from PicStork can be imported into DroneNaksha using various file import options such as GeoJson, shapefile, or task detection import options. This interoperability enhances the versatility and functionality of both platforms for users working across different stages of aerial image analysis and mapping .

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