Drone Mapping for Mining and Quarries
Use aerial data to increase efficiency and accuracy of stockpile management, inspections, and excavation while keeping your team safe.
Drone Software for Agriculture Professionals.
Identify yield threats before setting foot in the field.
Aerial Site Intelligence for Surveying & Construction.
Create accurate, high-resolution drone maps, reports, 3D models, and real-time 2D maps for any constructions.
Photogrammetry offers most comprehensive solution to Monitor Mining operation and offers assistance regulatory agencies to enforce compliance to statutory guidelines.
Drone offers smart solution to monitor process of sand excavation and its replenishment.
Dumps & stock assessment is done to measure and analyze the quantity of dump stored.
DGPS (Differential GPS) is essentially a system to provide positional corrections to GPS signals. DGPS uses a fixed, known position to adjust real time GPS signals to eliminate pseudo-range errors. DGPS has no effect on results that are based on speed data, such as brake stop results.
No-Permission No-Takeoff (NPNT) drone This NPNT drone flight is under the Ministry of Civil Aviation MoCA & DGCA comprehensive policy on the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), which came into effect on 1st Dec 2018.
Multispectral drone and controller without RTK base station. This will use standard GPS, or connect to an RTK network / use PPK for enhanced accuracy.
An agricultural drone is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle used to help optimize agriculture operations, increase crop production, and monitor crop growth. Sensors and digital imaging capabilities can give farmers a richer picture of their fields. Using an agriculture drone and gathering information from it may prove useful in improving crop yields and farm efficiency.
A drone survey refers to the use of a drone, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), to capture aerial data with downward-facing sensors, such as RGB or multi-spectral cameras, payloads. These maps can also be used to extract information such as highly-accurate distances or volumetric measurements.
A graphic representation of the sections that are in a linear work, on cutting the axis of the aforementioned work with vertical planes perpendicular to it and defining the trace in elevation. In such profiles, the gradient, the land, the slopes, the leveled areas and the embankments are represented. Inside, the numeric date is located, corresponding to the different points of the profile.
Drones coupled with big data and photogrammetry software provides a more cost-effective and accurate method of determining the volume of materials.
Aerial Surveying and Mapping.
Drones have allowed high-quality 3D mapping data to become much more accessible. This enables better management, faster and more informed decision making, and provides an accurate high-resolution archival record of every inch of your site.
Drones provide a method for quicker and more affordable inspection of tall or inaccessible structures, while keeping staff out of harm’s way. Reduce inspection costs and improve your preventative maintenance schedule.
Ground-based methods can put surveyors in high-risk situations, for example, next to steep slopes on active piles. Drones allow for much safer operations, where the pilot can be positioned in a safe location.
During and post-flight, data can be processed through our specialist software Smart Data to produce Ortho-mosaics, digital surface models and three-dimensional representations of mine sites.