You can use our billing portal. First update your information, then click on an invoice to download it.
To open the orthophoto/DSM/DTM (odm_orthophoto.tif, dsm.tif, dtm.tif) use QGIS.
To open the point cloud (odm_georeferenced_model.laz) use CloudCompare.
To open the textured 3D model (odm_textured_model.obj) use MeshLab.
If you submit a task using the cloud platform you can also view the results directly from your browser.
We recommend to process tasks via our cloud platform. Then, from the Map View or 3D View click the "Share" button to generate a link.
You can also upload existing tasks to our cloud platform by pressing the Import button.
No, but you can by purchasing a Business unlimited plan.
There's no "catch", but we do have some limits. You cannot send more than a certain number of tasks at the same time. For example, with the Pro plan, you can send up to 2 tasks at the same time, but you must wait for those to finish before sending additional ones. In practice, this puts a limit on the total number of tasks that you can send in any given period.
Also, make sure you don't rent / lease access to your unlimited processing to others outside of your company! It's not OK to do that. Read the rules on unlimited plans usage.
Yes, contact us and make sure to describe your use case, number of students, budget, etc.
Yes! Simply sign-up to receive free credits and try our service.
You need to use a specialized program such as QGIS to properly open GeoTIFF (.tif) elevation models. If you use a program such as MS Paint or some other image viewer you will not be able to open the file correctly.
WebODM is a free and open source software (that we created and currently maintain). WebODM Lightning offers a cloud-hosted instance of WebODM, plus processing nodes that you can use with your instances of WebODM. It's the same software, but our processing nodes have been fine tuned for maximum performance.
This error could be due to a few possible causes:
The only reason we might queue a task is during periods of high traffic on our network and only for larger tasks (more than 1500 images). It shouldn't take too long for the tasks to start processing. Smaller tasks (less than 1500 images) should always start processing right away, within the concurrency limits of your plan. Again, this shouldn't happen too often.
If you are sending tasks from WebODM desktop and you seem to be able to process only one task at a time, make sure that the tasks you are sending are going to our processing nodes, rather than elsewhere. When creating a new task, make sure "Lightning" is selected as your processing node.
The desktop application and the cloud are separate products. There's no automatic syncing between the two. You can transfer tasks from one to another by downloading a task assets by expanding a Task → Download Assets → All Assets (.zip) and then importing the .zip file by pressing the "Import" button.
Yes, by default everything is private, unless you decide to share.
For standard RGB images, we support the vast majority of drone cameras. For multispectral sensors, we officially support DJI, Micasense, Sentera and AeroVironment, but other cameras are also supported. The best way to find out if your sensor is supported is to process a test dataset (it's free).
While we don't currently offer white-label options on WebODM Lightning, one can install WebODM on a server, customize the branding and connect to our Lightning processing nodes.