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We’re building sustainable solutions for collecting, processing, analyzing and displaying aerial data while supporting the communities built around them.

Our efforts are made possible by collaborations with key organizations, individuals and with the help of our growing community.



A command line toolkit to process aerial images. Since it’s creation in 2014, it has become the de-facto standard of open source drone image processing.



A user-friendly, extendable application and API for drone image processing. It provides a web interface to ODM with visualization, storage and data analysis functionality.


A lightweight REST API to access ODM. It also provides a minimal web interface to access its functions.



A command line tool to process aerial imagery in the cloud.


A Python SDK for adding aerial image processing capabilities to applications.


A NodeODM API compatible reverse proxy, load balancer and task tracker for easy horizontal scaling.


A Node.js App and REST API to access MicMac. It exposes an API which is used by WebODM and other projects.



R package to analyze orthomosaic images from agricultural field trials.


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Our processing software makes use of several libraries and other awesome open source projects to perform its tasks. Among them we’d like to highlight, OpenSfM, OpenMVS, PDAL, Entwine, MVS Texturing, GRASS GIS, GDAL, PoissonRecon.

This page’s feature image is the Sultan’s Palace in Zanzibar, with images captured by Federico Debetto and processed in ODM.


OpenDroneMap Authors ODM – A command line toolkit to generate maps, point clouds, 3D models and DEMs from drone, balloon or kite images. OpenDroneMap/ODM GitHub Page 2020;