AERIAL MAPPING SERVICES

Aerial mapping isn't really anything new, but it has taken a giant leap in being easier to get now that Unmanned Aerial Systems, or drones, have become so abundant and popular. 

WHO IS LIKELY TO USE AERIAL MAPPING?
Aerial mapping can be used for large scale topographic surveys; city planning and management; academic research; utilities and energy management such as power line inspections; scoping, planning and management of mines; forestry design, management and operation.  Not to mention new construction sites, Realtors and even property owners who would like to have their own aerial map of their property!

WHAT KIND OF INFORMATION CAN YOU GET FROM AERIAL MAPPING?
With a single automated flight, a drone can collect current, georeferenced images that can be quickly turned into a 2D or 3D map of your property. From that map, numerous pieces of information can be discovered, measured, and calculated.
Here are some examples:
Volume calculations of stockpiles for inventory management.
Site surveys with distances and elevation measurements.
 Roof inspections and reports that show every measurement, slope and angle of the roof without personnel having to climb on to the roof. The report can be loaded directly into an AutoCAD system so that designers can work immediately on placing solar arrays and more!
Urban planning & Land management – Water Management – Traffic Managment – Archaeology – River & Flood Assessment – Erosion Monitoring – Energy and other Infrastructure – Forestry & Plant Conservation


Aerial mapping with a drone is faster, easier, and safer than ever before. Instead of sending employees up on a roof, or climbing a cell tower or windmill tower, a drone can capture all of the same data without putting your employees health and safety at risk.  And you'll generally spend less time AND less money to get the results you need!

 

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