Point clouds

With laser scanning matching quality



Highly detailed GeoTIFF, TIN or GRID digital terrain models


3D Models

Textured based on the source images 



Highly accurate results - up to 3cm for aerial/1mm for close-range photography

Agisoft PhotoScan

Capabilities of PhotoScan

Agisoft PhotoScan is a program for photogrammetric processing of digital images, creating georeferenced 3D models, orthophotos and DEM.

Obtained data is suitable for use in GIS applications, creating visual effects, as well as for measuring objects.

3D models Examples

Made using PhotoScan

Agisoft PhotoScan examples:

How Agisoft PhotoScan works

There are four main steps:


Determination of camera position

Determination of camera position

Determination of camera position

After uploading photos to PhotoScan, the program automatically determines the camera's position and orientation for each frame and builds a sparse point cloud.


Building a point cloud

Building a point cloud

Building a point cloud

In the second stage, PhotoScan builds dense point clouds using the calculated camera positions. A dense point clouds can be cut/excluded and classified.


Building a polygonal model

Building a polygonal model

Building a polygonal model

a polygonal model is reconstructed over a dense cloud of points. There are two methods of reconstruction: height field — for planar surfaces, such as a terrain or relief and Arbitrary — for any types of surfaces. The resulting model can be edited directly in PhotoScan or exported.





In order to improve the quality of textures in PhotoScan there is an automatic photo evaluation function. Images with an estimate of less than 0.5 are recommended to be excluded from texture generation, that will lead to an improvement in the visualization quality of the resulting model.


Download Agisoft PhotoScan

Geoscan is anofficial distributor of Agisoft in Russia. Official site - Agisoft.com
The latest version of program: 1.4.1

Agisoft PhotoScan
Standard Edition

Creating textured 3D models

Agisoft PhotoScan
Professional Edition

Creating of georeferenced orthophotos, 3D models and DEMs

Compare the Featurest

Feature Professional Standard  
Photogrammetric triangulation      
Dense point cloud: generation and editing      
3D model: generation and texturing      
Spherical panorama stitching      
Fisheye camera support      
Spherical and cylindrical camera support      
Dense point cloud: classification      
DEM: georeferenced DSM / DTM export      
Georeferenced orthomosaic export      
Orthomosaic seamline editing      
Markers / scale bars support      
Ground control points support      
Coded / non-coded targets auto detection      
Multispectral imagery processing      
NDVI and other vegetation indices calculation      
Hierarchical tiled model generation      
4D modeling for dynamic scenes      
Python scripting      
Network processing      
Windows, Mac OS X, Debian/Ubuntu      
Floating Licenses      


In most cases the maximum project size that can be processed is limited by the amount of RAM available. Therefore it is important to select the platform allowing to install required amount of RAM.


Complex geometry reconstruction algorithms need a lot of computational resources for processing. A high speed multi core CPU (3GHz+) is recommended.


Agisoft PhotoScan supports GPU acceleration for image matching and dense cloud generation steps, so high-end OpenCL or CUDA-compatible graphics card can speed up the processing.

System Requirements

Basic configuration< 500 images Advanced configuration< 1000 снимков

Extreme configuration < 5000 снимков

CPU: Quad-core Intel Core i7 CPU, Socket LGA 1150 or 1155 (Kaby Lake, Skylake, Broadwell, Haswell, Ivy Bridge or Sandy Bridge) CPU: Octa-core or hexa-core Intel Core i7 CPU, Socket LGA 2011-v3 or 2011 (Broadwell-E, Haswell-E, Ivy Bridge-E or Sandy Bridge-E) For processing of extremely large data sets a dual socket Intel Xeon Workstation can be used
Motherboard: Any LGA 1150 or 1155 model with 4 DDR3 slots and at least 1 PCI Express x16 slot Motherboard:Any LGA 2011-v3 or 2011 model with 8 DDR4 or DDR3 slots and at least 1 PCI Express x16 slot  
RAM: DDR3-1600, 4 x 4 GB (16 GB total) or 4 x 8 GB (32 GB total) RAM: DDR4-2133 or DDR3-1600, 8 x 4 GB (32 GB total) or 8 x 8 GB (64 GB total)  
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 or GeForce GTX 1080 (optional) GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti, GeForce GTX 1080 or GeForce TITAN X  

Agisoft PhotoScan

User manual:

Agisoft PhotoScan

User manual


For version: 1.3.4

Level: Beginner

Orthophoto & DEM Generation<br />
(without GCPs)

Orthophoto & DEM Generation (without GCPs)

This tutorial demonstrates how to generate your first orthophoto and/or DEM with Agisoft PhotoScan Pro, no matter whether you have ground control points (GCPs) data or not.

Ортофотоплан и генерация DEM (вместе с GCP)

Orthophoto & DEM Generation (with GCPs)

This tutorial illustrates how to produce your first georeferenced orthophoto and/or DEM of high quality with Agisoft PhotoScan Pro, providing that you have ground control points (GCPs) data.

3D Model Reconstruction

3D Model Reconstruction

This tutorial shows how to create your first 3D model of an object with Agisoft PhotoScan.

Level: Intermediate

Building Reconstruction

Building Reconstruction

This tutorial describes how to create a model of a building with Agisoft PhotoScan, workflow being illustrated with an XVIIIth century mansion reconstruction.

Dense Cloud Classification & DTM Generation

Dense Cloud Classification & DTM Generation

This tutorial illustrates how to use automatic and manual dense cloud classification instruments for DTM generation in Agisoft PhotoScan Pro.

Mesh-based Area & Volume Measurements

Mesh-based Area & Volume Measurements

This tutorial explains how to employ Agisoft PhotoScan Pro as a measuring tool based on mesh models.

Coded Targets & Scale Bars

Coded Targets & Scale Bars

This tutorial illustrates the use of coded targets and scale bars in Agisoft PhotoScan Pro.

Spherical Panoramas Generation

Spherical Panoramas Generation

This tutorial shows how spherical panoramas can be generated using Agisoft PhotoScan for images taken from the same point.

3D Model Reconstruction

3D Model Reconstruction

This tutorial teaches you how to generate a 3D model of an object with Agisoft PhotoScan using amateur level photographs set only.


Buy Agisoft PhotoScan license Agisoft PhotoScan

Buying a license for Agisoft PhotoScan you get full access to the functionality of the software.
Also, the license gives a right to receive technical support and timely updates.

Photoscan Standard:

Stand-alone license:
Educational license:
Demo version:

Photoscan Professional:

Stand-alone license:
Price:3 499USD
Educational license:
Demo version:
Floating license:
Price:by request

Licensing Options

Stand-alone license:

Stand-Alone license is a rehostable node-locked license, i.e. one license allows to activate the program at one machine only, however, the license can be transferred to a different computer if needed. Stand-Alone license allows to use PhotoScan software in all kinds of paid and unpaid projects. The license is available both to individuals and legal entities, such as companies, firms, museums, reseach institutions, governmental institutions, etc.

Floating License:

Floating license allows to install the program on as many computers as desired and run it, at any one time, on as many systems as the number of licenses purchased indicates. One computing machine shall be designated as the “license server”; the license server utility installed on it will manage license distribution across the network of computers where the program has been installed. Floating license is available for Agisoft PhotoScan Professional Edition only.

Educational license:

Educational licenses (rehostable node-locked) and Educational Floating licenses are available exclusively to accredited educational institutions, their employees and students of such institutions. Only officially accredited educational institutions are eligible to obtain Agisoft PhotoScan educational licenses. This includes: universities, colleges, junior colleges, scientific and technical schools, vocational schools, and correspondence schools. Educational or Educational Floating licenses can also be purchased by students and officially employed teaching and research staff of officially accredited educational institutions. Any educational license prohibits all commercial uses of the software. Educational / Educational Floating and Stand-Alone / Floating licenses differ legally but are technically identical.

Full Function Demo Mode:

You can try Agisoft PhotoScan software either in demo mode (export and save functions are blocked) or test it in full function mode with 30-day trial license for free.