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Bridge the gap between photogrammetry and CAD

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Capture images or point clouds with a drone or any laser scanner. When using a drone, automate and optimize your flights with the free Pix4Dcapture mobile app.

Transform your images into digital point clouds, and import them into Pix4Dsurvey. Work directly with Pix4Dmapper files, or any .las or .laz file.

Create engineering-ready CAD files from point cloud data by extracting key elements of your project with Pix4Dsurvey.

Open your simplified, accurate data in any CAD or GIS software with custom layers and properties that fit your existing workflow.

Beyond the point
Extract only the most relevant information to speed up and simplify your surveying workflows

Vectorize anything
Use the combined power of images and point clouds to extract key elements from photogrammetry, laser scanning or LiDAR data. Survey curbs, building footprints, walls, catenary curves and more.

Flexible & scalable
Work with small to very large projects. More than one photogrammetry or laser scanning file can be worked on at once, easily.

CAD ready
Include layers and properties for a smooth transition to CAD or GIS and reduce file size when exporting your projects as vector files.

Integrated solution
Pix4Dsurvey works with your existing workflows. Import .p4d files from Pix4Dmapper at the click of a button, or work with LAS files.

Scale up
Pix4Dsurvey can handle billions of points. Work with more than one point cloud file at a time, in the same project.

Unlock more data
Move beyond photogrammetry, yet still work with Pix4D’s rayCloud to access the original images and 3D point clouds simultaneously. Even complex objects such as catenaries only visible in images can be surveyed.

Built-in vectorization tools
Vectorize your project using points, polylines, polygons and catenary curves with just a few clicks.

Easy export
Every surveyed object can be assigned to a layer and edited. Layers can be exported separately or together for a smooth transition to your preferred CAD or GIS software.


Pix4Dmapper project
Seamless import of processed Pix4Dmapper projects (.p4d). Start the vectorization using original images and generated point cloud.

Point clouds
Import point clouds created with photogrammetry, laser scanners, LiDAR or other third-party tool in .las or.laz format.

Tools and Funtions

Easy to use interface
An intuitive interface with a short learning curve for a fast integration into existing workflows.

Manage the vectorized data in layers. Easily move objects between layers.

See properties and measurements of any object.

Integrated shortcuts for faster navigation and vectorization.

Project visualization
Display vectorized geometry and point clouds in the same context.

Point cloud display
Fast and lightweight point cloud display optimized for large projects.

Camera display
Display the calibrated position of original images in the 3D view.

Vectors objects display in orignal images
Vectorized objects appear in both 3D and in the original images.


Create markers
Quickly vectorize individual objects, for example manholes, poles or trees to mark and inspect.

Create polylines
Ideal for vectorizing linear objects, for example roads, curbs, fences and breaklines.

Create polygons
Ideal for vectorizing polygons, for example building footprints and roofs.

Create catenary curves
For optimal vectorization of freely hanging power lines.


Editing in 3D
Edit the position of the point by simply dragging it to the desired position in 3D.

Editing in 2D
Take advantage of original images to precisely place points.

Vertex editor
Enter the desired coordinates of points manually or copy-paste a known position.

3D Output

Export to .dxf
Export all or a single layer to a .dfx file

Language option


  • Desktop application with floating license (use on 1 device)
  • Personal support and updates

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