Drone surveying is a new technology used for surveying. At Geoinfotech, we use Leading Drone to quickly and economically collect, analyze and map Nigeria’s aviation data, alongside other countries and strive to meet customer needs by changing the real world. Introduction to UAV Research in Digital Asset Scenarios UAV research involves the use of drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to collect aerial data through face-down sensors such as RGB or multispectral cameras and LIDAR payloads. They can generate high-resolution orthographic mosaics and detailed 3D models for areas with poor data, outdated or even missing data.
In this way, even in hard-to-reach places, high-precision cadastral maps can be created quickly and easily.
Access to the environment.
You can also extract elements from the image, such as signs, curbs, traffic signs, fire hydrants, and gutters. Automated GIS analysis can extract slope measurements from DTM and DSM created using drone images. By knowing the slope of the surface, locations can be classified and used to monitor slope, including mitigation and prevention of landslides.
Orthophoto images taken at different times can detect and measure changes in ground motion. This data can help predict landslides and prevent possible damage to roads, railways and bridges.Aerial photographs of drones greatly speed up and simplify topographic surveys for land management and planning. This applies to site exploration, planning and planning, as well as the final construction of roads, buildings and utilities.
Reduce on-site work time and survey costs.
Using drones to collect survey data is five times faster than ground-based methods and requires less work. Using PPK geotags can also save you time because you no longer need to place multiple anchor points. Provide survey results faster and cheaper. Provide accurate and comprehensive data. The total station only measures a single point. The drone flight performs thousands of measurements, which can be displayed in various formats (orthogonal, point cloud, DTM, DSM, contour lines, etc.). Each created map pixel or each 3D model point contains 3D geospatial data.
Maps of otherwise inaccessible areas. Aerial drones can take off and fly almost anywhere.You are no longer limited to inaccessible areas, unsafe steep slopes or rough terrain that is not suitable for traditional meters. You don’t have to block roads or train tracks. In fact, you can collect data instantly without any organizational work. Images can be copied easily and cheaply by using drones, and images can be taken regularly and overlaid on the original plan to assess whether the construction work is in line with the plan. And expensive data collection.
Urban planners can use drone attributes to collect large amounts of relevant data in a short period of time with fewer people. The ecological conditions of the site, taking into account the impact of different scenarios.
OUR DRONE SURVEY SERVICES INCLUDES,
- Topography Surveying and Mapping
- Photography 3D Visualization
- Drone Inspection
- Precision Agriculture Around, legal industrial espionage, industry-specific drone business opportunities