Survey and Mapping
Traditional surveying requires a team on the ground, handling equipment to take precise measurements across large areas.
Navigating challenging terrain or inaccessible areas is safer and easier from the air. Through 3D ‘Digital Twinning’ they improve visualisation of the site and facilitate collaboration with one source of truth. Models produced offer to measure distance and volume, predict patterns, identify defects or monitor change over time.
Capturing high-resolution imagery from different angles creates millions of data points to produce the 2D orthomosaic and 3D models, allowing you to see detail as low as 0.5 /pixel.
Our team of Geographic Information System (GIS) engineers processes the data in-house to provide powerful and easy-to-understand insights to help you manage the performance of your project. Output data can be securely shared and imported into modern CAD systems.
- Quick and cost-effective collection of data
- Highly accurate, reliable, quantifiable results
- Improved efficiency – one widely mapped area can be used for multiple analyses
- Provides an actual and permanent photographic record
- Easy to re-process data for new information without the need for expensive fieldwork to re-survey the area
- Ability to capture data in remote, unsafe or difficult-to-access locations, lowering safety risks
- Data acquisition can be done without disrupting operations on the ground and analysis can be performed from the office rather than in the field
- Full colour models and point clouds are easy to visualise and analyse
- Flight plans are repeatable, allowing condition or asset monitoring over time