In order to fulfill the needs of professionals across all industries, we have different types of drones and UAVs to offer. Depending on your industry and project requirements, you can choose the preferred model that is suited best for you.Have a question ? Schedule a call with our sales team.
Surveying with a drone offers enormous potential to GIS professionals. With a drone, it is possible to carry out topographic surveys of the same quality as the highly accurate measurements collected by traditional methods, but in a fraction of the time. This substantially reduces the cost of a site survey and the workload of specialists in the field.
Capturing topographic data with a drone is up to five times faster than with land-based methods and requires less manpower. With PPK geo-tagging, you also save time, as placing numerous GCPs is no longer necessary. You ultimately deliver your survey results faster and at a lower cost.Survey drones generate high-resolution orthomosaics and detailed 3D models of areas where low-quality, outdated or even no data, are available.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.
|Orthomosaic surface model||Digital surface model|
Agricultural drones provide growers, service providers, and ag researchers a fast and efficient way to scout their crops, identify stress, create treatment plans, track plant growth, and much more.
Using high-resolution RGB cameras and professional multispectral sensors, drones can detect and quantify crop health problems early on. These valuable insights can reduce input costs and boost yield.
|image using RGB cameras||image using multispectral sensors|
Images: courtesy of MicaSenseMultispectral data from drones reveals field variability invisible to the naked eye, which helps you catch diseases early, respond, and improve your yields. In the image on the right, a vegetation index is shown that is related to chlorophyll content. Red areas mean lower values of chlorophyll, while blue areas mean higher values.
Professionals who adapt drones into their mining operations quickly realize the significant added value they bring to their industry.
Namely, drones in mining improve the overall efficiency of large mine site and quarry management by providing accurate and comprehensive data detailing site conditions in a very short time. They also support better coordination among teams onsite and internationally, offering dynamic oversight of all operations.
Above all, this data can be safely produced by on-site workers who have minimal surveying experience at a fraction of the cost of traditional survey methods.
|Drone images are used to recreate highly-accurate orthomosaic maps of mining sites and quarries. Each pixel contains 2D geo-tagged information (X, Y) and can be used for distance and surface measurements.||A densified point cloud can be generated from drone images and data. Each point contains geospatial (X, Y, Z) and color information. It provides a very accurate model of a site for precise volume measurements and visual insights that enhance future planning.|
|File formats: geoTIFF (.tiff), .jpg, .png, Google tiles (.kml, .html)||File formats: .las, .laz, .ply, .xyz|