The drone for surveying and mapping

Surveying and geomatics with DroneXperts, powerful tools and fine technology for accurate results

The drone is a powerful ally of photogrammetry and geomatic surveying for data acquisition. In addition to reducing the time required to capture data for area surveys, on-board cameras and sensors not only make inspections and mapping safer, but also provide professionals with highly accurate images and data.

The potential use of the drone for the industry

Reduction of time and therefore costs.

Surveys of large areas can take days and sometimes weeks for surveyors to compile the information using traditional methods.

No or little interruption during data collection.

Since the drone is at a reasonable height, operations are not disrupted on the ground. You don't need to interrupt traffic on the site either, the drone flies over it.

More accurate data and measurements.

Georeferenced photos are more accurate because you can fly over at low altitude and the cameras are powerful. You can extract photos and videos for surveying but also for other projects.

Maps of inaccessible areas.

Surveys are done in hard-to-reach areas: reducing risks for your teams and also surveying areas that are not suitable for traditional measuring tools.

Airborne topographic surveys (contour lines, topographic plans) to update the cadastral plan (staking, boundary marking, certificate of location).

Orthomosaic (Perfect complement to geographic information systems (GIS).

Aerial photography (Orthophotography, photogrammetry).

Photos of rocky and inaccessible walls.

Volume calculation (Excavation volume).

Digital terrain model (DTM).

HD photo and video surveillance for structures, dams, wind turbines and gas pipelines.

3D modeling and mapping.

Digital Elevation Model (DEM) for flood or landslide analysis.

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