Two-dimensional orthomosaics consist of overlapping aerial photographs which are stiched together and georeferenced.
Three-dimensional maps which are generated through the collection of photogrammetric data and point cloud generation.
Drones simplify the land surveying process and provide useful information that can be used to supplement traditional land surveys.
Aerial thermal imagery of a roof and surrounding structure dramatically increases the likelihood of detecting and identifying issues associated with environmental wear, water ingress, and improper insulation. We can identify those areas so that you can have them repaired quickly, thus saving you financial resources and providing peace of mind.
Digital elevation maps (DEM) can be used to determine the elevation of various sections of a property which can be used for water irrigation and draining. This is also vital for floodplain mapping in areas historically prone to excessive water accumulation.
Aerial imaging and mapping are vital for cultural and environmental resources surveys. The process of documenting site features and resources is further enhanced using both normal spectrum and thermal imaging drone systems.