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An easy-to-use online platform for drone image processing

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An easy-to-use online platform for drone image processing

             Has Been Developed To Make Drone Image Processing Easy and convenient, accessible via the internet on the cloud. The goal of Dronebox is to focus on developing fundamental features for processing images captured by drones and integrating geospatial information system tools to assist in data analysis.

3 Easy Steps

For Professional Drone image processing 

Upload files

Select your drone images with an option of adding ground control points (GCPs) to enhance map accuracy.

Image processing

Sit back and relax while Dronebox processes your images in the cloud. You may take this opportunity to tackle other tasks. 

Analyze results

Enjoy viewing your outcome on 2D and 3D maps plus analyzing it with GIS capabilities.

What can Dronebox do for you?

There are many more capabilities that have not been discussed yet. Try them out today.

Geography tools in Dronebox


Calculating the volume of a rock pile within a survey area involves a combination of field surveying and mathematical calculations. To accurately determine the volume, you need to measure the shape of the rock pile and calculate its volume.

CREATE Contour

Contours represent lines on a map connecting points of equal elevation, allowing for a visual representation of the terrain’s topography and relief. 

CREATE Elevation Profile

Elevation profile, also known as a topographic profile or cross-section, is a valuable tool for visualizing and analyzing the elevation changes across a specific path or line within a survey area.