Using small unmanned aerial vehicles (a.k.a drones) we survey and map up to 1000 hectares a day for a fraction of the cost of traditional ground based survey teams.

We can also do this over terrain which is inaccessible or dangerous (e.g. landfill sites, for which we have some contracts now). Think of it as a map making solution, whereby people define an area to be mapped and we produce it very quickly and at incredibly high detail for them (much better than google maps), delivered as both a 2D map image and a 3D model of the location from which measurements can be taken.

As well as the foundational 'bread and butter' work in aerial survey we are also well placed to perform general aerial photography and filming, as well as being open to special projects, which will become more and more common as people begin to realise the many and varied potential uses for this amazing technology....
Using small unmanned aerial vehicles (a.k.a drones) we survey and map up to 1000 hectares a day for a fraction of the cost of traditional ground based survey teams.

We can also do this over terrain which is inaccessible or dangerous (e.g. landfill sites, for which we have some contracts now). Think of it as a map making solution, whereby people define an area to be mapped and we produce it very quickly and at incredibly high detail for them (much better than google maps), delivered as both a 2D map image and a 3D model of the location from which measurements can be taken.

As well as the foundational 'bread and butter' work in aerial survey we are also well placed to perform general aerial photography and filming, as well as being open to special projects, which will become more and more common as people begin to realise the many and varied potential uses for this amazing technology.
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