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Drones For Surveying
MAP, MODEL AND INSPECT WITH DRONE SOLUTIONS
Drones are now a must-have in every surveyor’s toolbox. Last year, surveyors embraced drone technology. From the start of the project, drones will capture aerial imagery and help collect data for surveys, topographic maps, and 2D and 3D models. Because the drone uses it’s GPS readings, the data is highly accurate and faster than data collected by ground crew. Drone surveying has many uses in various industries such as: B. Construction, mining and aggregates, agriculture, urban planning and land management, public safety and environmental research
Commercial drones can be launched at any time, facilitating immediate data collection. Drones with high-definition cameras can capture detailed images from the air with great precision using easy-to-fly, inexpensive gear like the Mavic 3 Enterprise. More advanced aircraft such as the Matrice 300 RTK with extended payloads such as the Zenmuse L1 LiDAR scanner and the Zenmuse P1 full-frame mapping camera can receive location data at higher resolutions and longer flight times.
Drone data creates accurate 2D and 3D models that seamlessly integrate with local geographic information systems to help teams visualize results.
ARCHITECHTURE, ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
Automate Mapping, Modeling, Inspection Workflows and Digitize Assets with Drone Solutions
Drones can be a valuable tool for urban planning and surveying tasks. They can provide high-resolution aerial imagery and 3D mapping data that can be used to create accurate topographic maps, orthomosaic maps, and other geospatial data products. Here are some ways drones can be used for urban planning and surveying:
- Mapping and Surveying
- Construction Site Monitoring
- Building Inspections
- Traffic Management
- Environmental Monitoring
Drones have become increasingly popular in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry for their ability to gather accurate and detailed data quickly and efficiently. Here are some ways in which drones can be used in the AEC industry:
- Surveying and mapping
- Site inspections
- Construction monitoring
- Safety and security
Drone solutions quickly capture accurate, geotagged data, which photogrammetry software processes to deliver standardized results.
NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGMENT
Drones enable large-scale, detailed surveys of natural resources, providing accurate maps and models, as well as telemetry data.
Drones have become increasingly popular for land surveying because they can save time, money, and resources while providing accurate and detailed data. Here are some ways drones are used for land surveying:
- Faster surveying
- Improved accuracy
- Increased safety
- Real-time data
Natural Resource Management
Drones have revolutionized the way natural resource management is conducted. They provide a cost-effective, efficient, and safe means of gathering data on the status of natural resources. Some examples of how drones are used in natural resource management include:
- Forest Management
- Wildlife Conservation
- Water Management
DJI Matrice 350 RTK
An upgraded flagship drone platform, the Matrice 350 RTK sets a new benchmark for the industry. This next-generation drone platform features an all-new video transmission system and control experience, a more efficient battery system, and more comprehensive safety features, as well as robust payload and expansion capabilities. It is fully powered to inject innovative strength into any aerial operation.
DJI Matrice 300 RTK Drone
The Matrice 300 RTK is DJI’s latest commercial drone platform that takes inspiration from modern aviation systems. Offering up to 55 minutes of flight time, advanced AI capabilities, 6 Directional Sensing & Positioning and more, the M300 RTK sets a whole new standard by combining intelligence with high-performance and unrivaled reliability.
DJI Phantom 4 RTK
The Phantom 4 RTK is the Most Compact and Accurate Low Altitude Drone Mapping Solution For Surveyors, Capable of achieveing Centimetre-Accurate Data While Requiring Fewer Ground Control Points. Capture the best image data with a 1-inch, 20-megapixel CMOS sensor. Mechanical shutter makes mapping missions or regular data capture seamless as the Phantom 4 RTK can move while taking pictures without the risk of rolling shutter blur.
DJI Phantom 4 Multispectral
Gather precise plant-level data using the P4 Multispectral – a high-precision drone with a seamlessly integrated multispectral imaging system built for agriculture missions, environmental monitoring, and more.
What is the difference between LiDAR and photogrammetry?
LiDAR generally performs better in vegetated areas and low-light environments, while drone photogrammetry is well suited for creating highly visual digital assets. LiDAR transmits a pulse of light to the Earth’s surface or surface features and measures how long it takes to reflect. Photogrammetry is the art of taking high-resolution photographs to reconstruct a survey area.
RTK (Real-Time Kinematics)Real
time kinematics allows near-instantaneous modification of GPS information. Ground-based base stations monitor observed GPS positions and broadcast the difference between the observed and actual positions. This correction is applied to the observed position of a GPS device (such as a drone).A base station can be either an on-site base station (e.g. DJI D-RTK 2 base station) or a domestic network base station (e.g. LINZ GeoNet). When using network-based, calibration is done via internet connection (WiFi or 3G/4G, etc.).
Benefits of Drones in Surveying
Overall, the use of drones for surveying is a promising field with the potential to revolutionize the way land surveying is conducted. As technology continues to advance, it is likely that drones will become an increasingly important tool for surveyors and other professionals who require accurate and efficient data collection.