AERIAL SURVEY & MAPPING

REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (RPAS) THAT OFFER AN UNCONTESTED PERSPECTIVE IN AERIAL DATA CAPTURE AND ANALYSIS. OUR END RESULTS SURPASS THE DATA QUALITY ATTAINABLE THROUGH TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES WITHOUT CARRYING THE INHERENT COSTS, LIMITATIONS OR RISK TO PERSONNEL

 

Quarry & Construction

 

Infrastructure Surveying

 

Enviromental & Forestry

 

Using our land survey drone we deliver highly accurate topographic data combined with high-resolution aerial photography and orthoimagery. Our services mark a step change in the acquisition of land survey data. We provide the topographic and visual information you require to improve decision-making while reducing costs, saving time and improving safety. We provide our services throughout Northern Ireland, Ireland and the UK and are fully licensed by both the Civil Aviation Authority and the Irish Aviation Authority, enabling us to provide our clients with a legal, safe, high quality service.
Survey Drone
Our aerial survey drone

The eBee is a aerial land survey drone capable of surveying up to 12sq.km in a single flight. We can produce geo-referenced 2D & 3D orthomosaics, 3D point clouds, triangle models and Digital Elevation Models (DEMs). This can then be used for example by measuring distances, taking cross-sections, extracting volume data or exporting to third-party software to add GIS data or create custom maps. The quality of the eBee’s results really have to be seen to be believed.

 

 

 

 

Here is a video of our land survey drone in operation. Faster, safer and cheaper than conventional ground based surveying. A single flight with our drone can provide a point cloud containing hundreds of millions of points. Each point has it’s own unique latitude, longitude and elevation data enabling us to get fantastic results for a wide variety of applications.

Drone Aerial land survey benefits,

  • Reduce costs – we can survey up to 100 Ha (1km2) in a day

  • Save time – large areas surveyed up to 30 times faster than ground-based land surveying with multiple teams allowing rapid deployment

  • Improve safety – survey hazardous areas with minimal ground access and less time on site due to rapid data collection

  • Better information – vertical and oblique photography is combined with accurate topographic data, digital terrain modelling and volumetric analysis

  • Improve decision making – more detailed and up-to-date than off-the-shelf data

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Telephone

07871359520

Craigavon,

Northern Ireland