Now you can access, share, and process your data from any web browser. The Site Scan web app allows you to view photos from previous jobs; download orthomosaics, point clouds, and meshes; create new jobs; and download photos in an easy-to-share zip file. Each of these features unlock many new workflows, but specifically this tutorial explains how to combine multiple flights into a single model. This is useful to combine Surveys spanning multiple missions into a single orthomosaic (as long as you stay below 250 images), to combine a Scan and a Survey to generate a single point cloud of a structure and its surroundings, and to combine a Scan and an Inspect to automatically scan the majority of a building while hand-flying tricky or overhung areas.
To see a visceral example of how this works, take a look at the images below. I used the Survey function to generate the ortho below that provides site context and existing conditions.
However, the Survey tool does not capture oblique imagery necessary to generate an accurate model or point cloud of a structure.
To capture the oblique imagery, I performed a Scan and used the web app to combine the two datasets. This allows me to work with a single model that contains both specific details and general context. Follow along yourself below.