DroneDeploy

Importing Data into Other Software

Once you have downloaded your exported data, you may want to load it into another piece of software for further analysis. While most of our exports are in commonly-used formats, the import process can be complex for some pieces of software, so we've made some how-to guides to explain the process:

Learn how to display imagery acquired via DroneDeploy in QGIS. Start showing off those maps like a pro!

Learn how to classify and display your plant health shapefile from DroneDeploy in ArcGIS.

Learn how to export contour files (DXF/SHP) and GeoTIFF files from DroneDeploy and import them into QGIS.

Learn how to export contour files (DXF/SHP) and GeoTIFF files from DroneDeploy and import them into ArcGIS.

Learn how to export an elevation map as a GeoTIFF and import into QGIS to render the correct digital surface model.

Learn how to export an elevation map as a GeoTIFF and import into ArcGIS to render the correct digital surface model.

Learn how to export contours with a GeoTIFF file and import into AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Learn how to export the point cloud data as a LAS file and import into AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Learn how to export the point cloud as a LAS file and import into ArcGIS.

AgLeader's SMS Advanced can leverage DroneDeploy imagery as both a visual reference and as a true data product. It is a good tool for NDVI analysis.

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Don't see importing instructions for the system that you utilize?

If you are trying to import data from DroneDeploy in another system and we don't have those instructions, then please let us know. You can email us at ([email protected]) and we'll work to try to add those instructions to this page for you.

Updated 11 months ago

Importing Data into Other Software


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