Mapping & Surveying


Drone Vs Traditional Survey

Drones are known for collecting data from vantage points inaccessible to humans. Studying a challenging terrain, drones can easily be used to decrease the risk of human operators to physically access and measure points in hazardous or difficult-to-reach locations. While traditional surveying methods require pre-measurements, more preparation, drones can capture comparable data in shorter timeframe.


Depends on the payload, sensor and the software used with the drone for post-processing. Surveying with a drone can produce (not limited to) the following data:

  • Orthomosaic Maps [geoTIFF(.tiff), .jpg, .png, Google tiles]
  • 3D Point Cloud [.las, .laz, .ply, .xyz]
  • Digital Service Model ( DSM ) [GeoTiff (.tif), .xyz, .las, .laz]
  • Digital Terrain Model ( DTM ) [GeoTiff (.tif)]
  • 3D Texture Mesh [.ply, .fbx, .dxf, .obj, .pdf]
  • Contour lines [.shp, .dxf, .pdf]

Generate high-resolution, most up-to-date satellite image and detailed 3D models of areas where low-quality, outdated or even no data, are available. Which allows for insight into the property details without requiring a client to be there in person, and enables high-accuracy clear maps to be produced quickly and make a better decision, even in complex or difficult to access environments.

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The final product may be subject to a number of quality tests