An Orthomosaic is a high-resolution image composed of a series of images “stitched” together. The final result is orthorectified by removing distortions from the images. Depending on the camera, altitude, processing settings an Orthomosaic Maps can be very accurate. The main image shown above is 0.61 in/px. Orthomosaic’s can be used to analyze/monitor forest health. The Maps are useful in estimating volume and measurement when determining deforestation. Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) can also be produced by these types of images.