Possibilities that you may not thought of.

  • 2D & 3D ApplicationsWe can also process the data to deliver full 3D terrain models (e.g. DSM, DTM) Photogrammetry is the science of making measurements from photographs. The output of photogrammetry is typically a map, a drawing or a 2D or 3D model of some real-world object or land mass.
  • Applications of GIS (geographic information system)
    1. Mapping, photogrammetry (mosaicking, orthophoto generation, DEM)
    2. Mining and quarry survey
    3. Conservation (Vegetation and animal)
    4. Crop-monitoring (abnormalities spotting and sizing, yield prediction)
  • Agriculture (coming soon)
    1. High-resolution mapping for general crop monitoring and farm planning
    2. Generating data for precision application prescriptions
    3. Aerial survey for field levelling and contour bank planning
    4. Research (e.g. Crop health research using multi-spectral cameras)
  • Science & ResearchWith drones you can break through barriers into areas which previously would scarcely have been within reach. Observe a volcanic eruption from the sky or document wetlands.
  • Protecting WildlifeMonitor wildlife populations or map roads and wetlands for land management purposes
  • Search and RescueSAR missions are time-consuming, expensive, and often dangerous for the people involved. The use of well-equipped drones is increasing for SAR and could soon become a standard way to cover large areas of inaccessible terrain, even at night.
  • InsuranceUnderstanding the full extent of damage to infrastructure after an incident like a storm or fire is a hugely important — and valuable — service. Drones provide a safer and more efficient alternative to manned asset inspections
  • Cell TowersTower climbing is one of the most dangerous jobs. By deploying Drones’ the industry will greatly benefit from the operational efficiencies offered by having reliable, accurate aerial data of their assets.
  • Thermography (coming soon)Drones are perfectly suited for various thermography applications, for example inspecting solar systems, pipelines, wind power stations and high-voltage lines. On solar energy systems, drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras uncover so-called “hot-spots”, allowing the overall efficiency of the system to be increased.
  • ConservationDrones are used for wildlife surveying, monitoring and mapping land and marine ecosystems, supporting wildlife trafficking efforts, and enforcing reductions in human activities in protected areas
  • Spherical ImagesThese are similar to 360 videos — you can tilt your phone and feel like you’re actually there. You can also check them out in virtual reality for a fully immersive experience
  • ArchitectureBy cheaply and quickly creating aerial shots on which to place an architectural rendering, architects can create real-world concepts of their projects. This ability is indispensable to creating accurate designs and understanding how they fit within properties.

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