Government | Geospatial Analysis Using Drone Technology

Government | Geospatial Analysis Using Drone Technology

Asset Portal | Public Asset, Beneficiary Mapping & Monitoring System
A diagnostic tool for compilation of baseline information related to basic amenities and beneficiaries of welfare programs.

Crop Inventory
GPS based reliable intervention for Crop Inventory

Application for Process & Work Flow | Irrigation Sector
An online application for capturing the details of every work planned for the Year with relevant technical and financial details.

Application & Value Management
Social Development Sector towards Understanding the Benefits Reaching People

Crime Mapping | Perimeter Fencing | Video Surveillance

Spatial Decision Support System
Building Land Record using Drones

Drone Capabilities and Services

Use of Drones / UAV for field survey

  • Collecting accurate data using sophisticated Digital Orthophoto / LiDAR technology.
  • Quick and Effective field date collection mechanism
  • Geo-referenced digital aerialĀ images, with resolutions as sharp as 1.5-5 cm per pixel.
  • Topographical maps with +/- 100 mm accuracy can be generated.
  • Millions of data points in one short flight.
  • Minimising risk of surveying teams when measuring sites like unstable slopes and transport routes.
  • Unmanned Aerial Agriculture System is a ground breaking technology which will help farmers move closer to precession farming.
  • The low-altitude view (from a few meters above the plants to around 120 meters, which is the regulatory ceiling in most of the countries for unmanned aircraft operating without special clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration) gives a perspective that farmers have rarely had before.
  • Compared with satellite imagery, it's much cheaper, offers higher resolution, unobstructed and available anytime. Accuracy is 3-4 cm per pixel.
  • It's also much cheaper than crop imaging with a manned aircraft, which can run into thousands of dollars per hour.