Faster and more cost-effective than traditional ground-based techniques, aerial imagery is already widely used in surveying for the resources sector, agriculture, in heavy industry and in rugged terrain.
As good as conventional mapping and surveying are, they still rely on ground measures and extrapolation. High-definition aerial imaging is not a projection – it’s the fact.
A drone can give you elevation maps, dynamic hydrological surveys and even detect pest and weed incursion across landscapes.
Looking deeper, we can reveal crop areas and make volume measurements. We can even map nitrogen and water saturation. We offer customised solutions in 2D and 3D orthomosaic and photogrammetry modelling.