Mapping and surveying are essential activities that are used to gather information about the land and its features. Mapping involves creating a visual representation of the land, including its topography, vegetation, and man-made structures. Surveying, on the other hand, involves measuring and recording the precise location and characteristics of natural and man-made features.
Both mapping and surveying are used in a wide range of fields, including land use planning, engineering, and construction. Surveying is also used to establish property boundaries, while maps are used for navigation, land management, and emergency response. Both mapping and surveying are critical for understanding the land and its resources, and they play an important role in the development and management of our communities.
We Utilize DJI MAVIC 3T & Mavic 2 Pro
Camera One: 24mm, 48MP, Electronic Shutter.
Camera Two: Telephoto, 12MP, 56x Hybrid Zoom.
Camera Three: Thermal, 640 × 512 Resolution.
4K @ 30fps (85 Mbps)
4 Directional Optical Obstacle Avoidance.
48 MP Electronic Shutter
56x Hybrid Zoom
Drones equipped with advanced photogrammetry or point cloud software can produce highly detailed 3D models of existing structures, improving project decision-making. The models, created without specialized equipment, provide real-world context and enable virtual tours, speeding up the project process. They offer complete visibility and allow for informed decisions in both new construction and renovation projects.