UAV SURVEY

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s) provide a rapid, cost effective alternative to traditional aerial acquisition techniques, and are ideal for detailed, accurate data collection of small areas of interest (<5sqkm), mapping of specific features, or repeat surveys for monitoring ongoing projects

Also known as an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), Remotely Operated Aerial Vehicle (ROAV) or a Drone, the use of a UAV provides exceptional acquisition flexibility, as data capture is not affected by many of the weather conditions that would ordinarily prevent a survey aircraft from mobilising, such as cloud cover and haze.

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PHOTOGRAPHY CAMERAS

 

Microsoft Vexcel UltraCam Eagle

with UltraMount

 

Optech CS10000

digital metric Aerial Photography camera

LiDAR SENSOR

 

Optech Orion M300

LiDAR Airborne LiDAR system

THERMAL SENSOR

 

Optech LW640 Thermal Camera

(integrated with our Optech Orion M300)

 

used for a range of applications including; building heat loss, forestry, pipeline monitoring & pollution analysis.


By giving you access to the latest UAV technologies, we can offer an almost on-demand service for the acquisition of accurate and detailed geographic data. All imagery is acquired with full stereo overlap, allowing photogrammetric feature extraction, 3D modelling, and terrain modelling to be undertaken. In addition, we can also offer colour infrared imagery for agricultural and environmental applications, and thermal data for monitoring of heat loss from buildings and other assets.

 

Imagery can be provided fully orthorectified for direct integration into your organisations preferred GIS, ready for mapping, interrogation and analysis. Alternatively, we can undertake mapping and digital terrain modelling in house using our experienced team of photogrammetrists and data creation experts.

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