Orthomosaic: It's a huge, high-resolution image created by stitching together multiple smaller images known as orthophotos. It is an updated view of a large area of land. An orthophoto, also known as an orthophotograph or an orthoimage, is an aerial photograph that has been corrected for lens distortion, camera tilt, perspective, and topographic relief (changes in elevation of the earth's surface). These orthophotos have no distortion and a consistent scale across the image. These are also very valuable for construction companies. Without having to physically be on the job site, construction businesses can use these systems to measure stockpile volume, estimate material costs, and collect other relevant data. It is another useful tool for construction organizations which will be useful to make 3D models with raw data from aerial photographs.