When displaying image points in the Drone2Map for ArcGIS 3D view, the image points and flight paths are not visible on the surface.
The elevation of image points and flight paths captured by the drone may be below the ground surface. For example, the elevation of the surveyed area is 2,500 feet, but the altitude captured by the drone reports 2,300 feet. This renders the photo points and flight lines 200 feet below the surface.
To resolve, adjust the image point altitude.
For more information on adjusting image point altitudes, refer to Drone2Map for ArcGIS: Adjust image altitudes.
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