UAS Aerial Drone Mapping
We are proud to announce that we now offer Drone Aerial Mapping & Surveying services in addition to our surveying work. What was once a hobby for many is now being used for real estate, land development mapping, topographic surveys, photo enhanced survey drawings, and for close earth aerial mapping. We can produce topographic surveys, ALTA Aerial Survey images, 3D models, DTM surfaces with photo backdrops, 2D Ortho images, and more.
Land surveyors have always produced drawings that show the property as if you were looking at it from above the earth. This shows property lines, outline of buildings, fences, encroachments, and distances and directions of the property lines. With the addition of aerial images “orthorectified” to the survey drawing we can communicate another “thousand words” to those viewing the drawing.
Orthorectified means the lines shown on the map match up with the photo. Normally when you look at an aerial map with property lines shown, you’ll notice that the lines don’t match. In fact, sometimes Google will show the tax maps on the map, but NEVER show the aerial images along with that. They just won’t match from the aerial views that they provide. We can produce ortho photos of your property along with the surveying lines and labeling.
Make An Impression
There's nothing better than providing a clear picture for your would-be buyer. With our drone construction surveys, you can create listings that excite people. Whether used for commercial or residential needs, these drone services for constructionand existing home sales help give people a true idea of what potential any location has to offer. Set up your own drone construction service for real estate surveys and listing creations. Talk to our team today about the services you need and let us help you to make an impression. Drone construction surveys allow you to showcase property in a whole new way. As drone photography becomes more and more advanced, construction companies are flocking to use the technology to help with their projects. Aerial construction photography Is becoming essential for any construction company to implement in their business.
Aerial Construction Photography
Aerial construction photography is able to showcase the whole construction site throughout its various stages. It can help identify where a potential problem may occur during the construction and the photographs can help document the different stages for the business to use for future reference. Drone photography can also help construction companies see if their product is on schedule and if there are any potential safety violations on the construction site. Rc aerial photography and quadcopter aerial photography are other ways businesses use drones to view the construction properties they are currently working on. Aerial construction photography is able to save businesses a substantial amount of money by identifying problems on a project immediatly and allows construction companies to illustrate to future clients past projects.
Using aerial surveying can be a real time saver for a lot of surveying jobs and it enables us to get a very complete set of data, something that a survey crew in the field would have a hard time doing in a timely fashion. Safety is another of the benefits of aerial surveying using drones. Instead of sending our surveyors into a busy street or a situation with steep grades or equipment that could potentially be hazardous we are able to avoid this by remotely collecting this data with the drone.
Using Drones became an option for our business when we realized we needed both faster turnaround times and more detailed modeling of site topography for many projects. Drone aerial mapping offers quicker, more complete mapping than ground survey methods in many cases, so that problem areas can be identified and addressed. Of course, tree cover is still a problem during the leafy season but winter time is a good time to pick up these images.
It is also possible for us to generate our own current, high-resolution aerial imagery for areas where none is available. We are also able to use the drones to produce quality 3d surface models (DTM surfaces) with very dense point sampling. Doing this before drones required a plane or helicopter to fly over the site. This was a VERY expensive task. Now with the drone we have the images back in the office to do the mapping work in less than a day and with significant cost savings.
From toy to tool
Drone services is one of the fastest-growing industries in the technology sector; drones are in the news, in our homes, and, increasingly, on our job sites. From monitoring, to inspections, QA/QC, to crop damage reviews drones are quickly becoming a part of site construction workflows. Between the rising quality of low to medium cost UAS and the increased regulation and guidance from the FAA utilizing drones on construction sites is more practical than ever.
Using a high-resolution drone-mounted camera, automated flight software, and cloud-processed imagery, construction managers can increase site efficiency safely and effectively. View weekly high-resolution maps enabling both onsite and offsite personnel the opportunity to review progress, verify time-oriented goals and deadlines, track vital milestones, compare site reality to on paper plans, and more.
We can deliver the final aerial survey drawing product in picture formats (TIFF, PNG, JPG, etc,) and the normal surveying industry formats of DWG, DXF, and LAS files.
Let us put our drone aerial mapping and drone surveying knowledge, skill, and experience to work for you! Call us at Call Today (713) 941-8600 today.