GIS Mapping and Aerial Survey
GIS Mapping using drones is an innovative technology that provides businesses and organizations with accurate, high-resolution maps of large areas. Drones equipped with cameras and sensors capture data from the Earth's surface, which is then analyzed and visualized using GIS software. This technology has revolutionized mapping applications across industries, from agriculture and forestry to construction and emergency response. With drone-based mapping, businesses and organizations can save time and money while increasing safety and efficiency. Our company offers comprehensive GIS Mapping services using drones, including data collection, analysis, and visualization. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you harness the power of drone-based GIS Mapping.
A Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is a 3D representation of the Earth's surface that can be created using drone-based imagery. By capturing high-resolution images of the Earth's surface from multiple angles, a DEM can be generated to show the elevation of the terrain. This information can be used for a variety of applications, including flood modeling, urban planning, and natural resource management.
Ortho Rectified Images
Ortho Rectified Images are high-resolution aerial images that have been corrected for distortions and perspective errors to provide a true-to-scale representation of the Earth's surface. Using drone-based imagery, these images can be created by stitching together hundreds of overlapping images to create a seamless, georeferenced map. Ortho Rectified Images are useful in a wide range of applications, including urban planning, land surveying, and environmental monitoring.
3d Model and Point Clouds
A 3D point cloud is a collection of millions of points in space that can be generated using drone-based LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology. These points can be used to create detailed, accurate 3D models of terrain, buildings, and other objects. Point clouds are used in a variety of applications, including construction, forestry, and archaeology.