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26 September 2017 – Being a Pix4D certified user will allow users to benchmark their skills and technical knowledge of drone mapping photogrammetry. Also, officially-certified users can get recognized with an official Pix4D certificate and a digital badge to display on their website and LinkedIn.
“It is exciting to share the knowledge Pix4D has acquired over the years about drone mapping and its many applications and know that users will benefit from it.” says Marc Desgroseilliers, Head of Training at Pix4D.
Over the last year, Pix4d has organized 59 workshops and trained 2000 professionals around the world. These workshops have been very popular with Pix4D users. This certification program is built on our training experience.
”Pix4DDmapper Fundamentals is just the beginning, our goal is to create an industry-recognized standard for Pix4D software expertise as we see more and more jobs proposals requiring Pix4D software knowledge,” continues Ana Soares, Customer Success Manager. “We’ll build on that with the hope not only to certify knowledge but also to create an inner circle of advanced users who can help us build better products.”
Users can prepare for the exam by completing a series of five online labs covering the fundamentals of Pix4Dmapper software. The exam preparation materials are free for everyone.
The certification exam is based online and is made up of a submitted project to be evaluated and a series of multiple choice questions. The cost to become Pix4D certified is 199 CHF/EUR/USD.
The user certification program enhances Pix4D’s training offering which now comprises a set of self-paced, instructor-led workshops, and customized training options.
Bring expertise to every project. Become Pix4D certified. https://pix4d.com/training-certification
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Pix4D is a developer of leading software that converts images taken by hand, by drone, or by plane into survey-grade accurate and georeferenced 2D mosaics, 3D models and point clouds. Founded in 2011, Pix4D is rapidly expanding from its headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, to offices in Shanghai, San Francisco and Berlin.