Whether surveying streets, districts, building sites or quarries: for aerial survey, drones usually fly autonomously in automatic GPS flight mode over the area in question. Vertical pictures then provide the basis for photogrammetric post-production of the images. A ground resolution of a few centimetres – or millimetres if preferred – per pixel helps to meet even the most exacting demands.
The results are represented and processed as point clouds, volume calculations or cut edges. We also have somewhat larger UAVs fitted with laser scanners offering the benefits of airborne laser scanning, which is particularly useful for producing digital terrain models.
As a UAS full service provider we support our customers every step of the way,
helping them to define requirements, procure the best airframes and suitable sensor systems, clarify legal matters, produce tailor-made special developments, and operate the drones with the help of our team. Our specialists from the field of geoinformatics ensure professional data processing and analysis. Tailored documentation and big data management complete our range of services.