From Historic locations to construction sites, our leading edge technology enables us to provide our clients with a low cost option to deliver both point clouds and photo-realistic textured models.
These models for example can be combined with CAD data to support planning applications or investor presentations, recording of archaeological sites, monitoring progress on construction sites or measuring topography.
Here is an example of a recent 3D model of a church undergoing repairs and restoration:
Easily monitor progress on your construction site
There’s a lot to keep track of on your site — project progress, the location of equipment, the volume of materials left — and an aerial view makes it all a lot easier.
Our latest generation of drones and high performance image processing puts professional quality aerial imagery into the hands of construction and project managers in a way that is faster, and more cost-effective than ever before.
Professional quality maps and 3D models enable you to instantly calculate aggregate volumes, keep track of equipment locations and monitor safety and environmental compliance.
You can quickly build and view a history for every point on the map. This is especially useful for construction monitoring, agriculture, pipeline documentation and solar array inspection.
3D model-based stitching
We use cutting-edge methods for creating our maps. Combining multiple looks at an area as the drone flies over a pre-programmed grid pattern allows us to create a 3D model from which we can derive stunningly accurate orthophoto maps. The textured 3D model can be downloaded and previewed online.
Stockpile Volume Measurement
Web-based volume measurements make measuring and tracking stockpile volumes quick and easy. There is no expensive software to buy and the measurements can be made directly from a web-browser. Button-click map sharing means you can collaborate with team mates both onsite and back at the office, making sure that everyone has access to the data they need.