3D model of Reencaheragh Castle (Doon Point), County Kerry, Ireland (SMR KE087-046) This long, broad promontory stretches 190m from a low neck on its landward side to steep cliffs at its seaward end. The narrow neck of land is defended by a 35.5m stone rampart, the interior of the fort can be accessed via the gateway or gatehouse set within the rampart wall, both likely to represent later additions to this large stone wall. A rectangular house sits just inside the interior of the stone Rampart.
This model was created from an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) survey using a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone guided by the DJI Ground Station app. The average flying height is 80m, resulting in a ground pixel size of approx. 2.5cm. Photogrammetric processing is undertaken in Agisoft PhotoScan Pro, to generate a Digital Surface Model (DSM) and orthoimage of the local landscape.