Get an accurate analysis of the land and material volumes to Increase efficiency,further analysis.
The integrated map gives an accurate representation, making it helpful to measure true distances.
Easely transfer land survey data to any digital asset management system for analysis.
Reduce cost & risk
Simultaneously save money while minimising the traditional risks presented to surveying teams.
Survey drones generate high-resolution orthomosaics and detailed 3D models of areas where low-quality, outdated or even no data, are available. They thus enable high-accuracy cadastral maps to be produced quickly and easily, even in complex or difficult to access environments. Surveyors can also extract features from the images, such as signs, curbs, road markers, fire hydrants and drains.
Stockpile volumetric measurements
With 3D mapping software, it is also possible to obtain volumetric measurements from the very same images. This fast and inexpensive method of volume measurement is particularly useful to calculate stocks in mines and quarries for inventory or monitoring purposes.
Land management and development
Aerial images taken by drones greatly accelerate and simplify topographic surveys for land management and planning. This holds true for site scouting, allotment planning and design, as well as final construction of roads, buildings and utilities.
Many surveying, engineering, utility and transportation companies are tasked with surveying along linear structures or locations, such as roads, railways, and power lines to assess an area where new infrastructure needs to be built. This type of Corridor Mapping can be best accomplished through the use of drone surveying methods that allow for fast and accurate data collection with far less manpower than traditional survey systems, which are timely, expensive, and even risky.
The development of increasingly dense and complex urban areas requires intensive planning and therefore time-consuming and expensive data collection. Thanks to drones, urban planners can collect large amounts of up-to-date data in a short period of time and with far less staff. The images produced in this way allow planners to examine the existing social and environmental conditions of the sites and consider the impact of different scenarios.
Benefits of drones in surveying?
Reduce field time and survey costs
Capturing data from Drone is up to five times faster than with land-based/Traditional methods and requires less manpower. Using PPK geo-tagging, Reducing time, as placing Limited GCPs is necessary. We ultimately deliver your survey detailed results faster and at a lower cost.
Provide accurate and exhaustive data
By using the traditional method only measure individual points. On another hand, One drone flight produces a number of measurements, which can be generated using drone imagery to represent in different formats (orthomosaic, point cloud, DTM, DSM, contour lines, etc). From the drone, Each pixel of the produced map or point of the 3D model contains 3D geo-data.
Mapping of inaccessible areas
Using an aerial mapping drone can take off and fly almost a long distance from the home point. Using Traditional measuring tools we are no longer limited by unreachable areas, unsafe steep slopes, or harsh terrain. Using drone mapping we can cover a survey of the unreachable areas.
Geo rectified Map produces a seamless mosaic datasets.
(geoTIFF (.tiff), .jpg, .png, .kml, .html)
3D Point Cloud
Used for creating different models .
3D Point Cloud
(.las, .laz, .ply, .xyz)
Digital Surface Models (DSM/DEM)
DSM/DEM used for calculations, manipulations and further analysis of an area.
Digital Surface Models
(GeoTiff (.tif), .xyz, .las, .laz)
Digital Terrain Model (DTM)
A DTM is used for mathematical representation of the ground surface.
Digital Terrain Model
3D Textured Mesh
Generate the 3D Textured Mesh, which is a surface composed by triangles.
3D Textured Mesh
From Contour lines,each line represents an equal point of elevation on Map.
Generated watersheds allow movement of water over the land surface.
(.shp, .dxf, .pdf)
Thermal maps capable of detecting tiny differences in temperature.