Aerial Mapping Drone


Aerial Mapping Drone Services

Aerial mapping drones represent a revolutionary leap in terms of capability, precision and efficiency when it comes to surveying and mapping services. Aerial drones allow us to provide low elevation Photogrammetry and 3D imagery of large scale projects with accuracy and resolution that otherwise would be very costly with traditional aerial survey or satellites.

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UAV Photogrammetry Surveying

Darling Geomatics has been on the cutting edge of high tech surveying and mapping services for more than 18 years, with a focused commitment to providing highly accurate, measurable data to our clients. The 3D formats and georeferenced data we deliver improve visualization and the ability for engineers and architects to design in 3D.

Darling Geomatics has surveyed a great many buildings, energy facilities, archeological sites, renovation projects and environmental projects.

Underground Mine Mapping

What can you achieve with an Aerial Mapping Drone

There are a number of reasons why land surveyors are turning to aerial drone technology for their mapping needs. First and foremost using drones can significantly reduce the time spent collecting accurate data over large distances. By acquiring faster data from the sky, drones allow you to gather millions of data points in one brief flight.

Survey-grade drones, with task and objective specific equipment, can save even more time. Our equipment allows us to receive X, Y, Z data accurate to within 3 cm (1.2 in). Once data collection process is sped up , the time you used to spend on data and information gathering can be better spent on analysing and strategic planning.

An aerial mapping drone turns a job that takes weeks to complete into a one that is finished in just a few days. Another benefit is the decreased exposure of staff to dangerous environments. An aerial survey means less time surveying teams spend on the ground, minimising their risks when measuring sites such as mines, unstable slopes and transport routes.

 


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