AERIAL SURVEYING & MAPPING
Surveying large land areas to provide accurate measurements of quantities of materials, drones have decreased the time wasted and the cost associated with traditional inspection methods.
High Quality, Centimetre Accuracy, and Efficient
Aerial Surveying and Mapping
Aerata utilizes the latest aerial surveying and mapping technology, including multi-rotor and fixed-wing drones.
Our survey methodology is highly accurate with RTK positioning and ground control. We can provide a complete picture of your desired area with LiDAR, photogrammetry, and multispectral data.
Using a variety of surveying techniques, drones can calculate volumetric quantities and the size of multiple areas. Contractors can calculate the exact amount of material needed to achieve the desired result, reducing costs and waste.
Digital data and aerial orthophotos of specific sites can be precisely linked to various drawings from CAD to allow the contractor to visualize the site with accurate dimensions.
Project managers can share this 3D data with the construction team to know exactly where the building will begin and end during the design process. Each team member knows their assigned role before work begins.
By digitizing all data collected by the drone, construction companies can share information with professionals, customers, and stakeholders from anywhere in the world at the click of a mouse.
Remote monitoring allows companies to reduce costs by sharing data with project managers and clients. Remote monitoring also allows engineers to deliver effective solutions and save on travel costs.
The construction industry is one of the minor digitized industries in the world. However, remote monitoring and collaboration can help construction companies stay competitive.
Reducing the need for in-person inspections of hard-to-reach and potentially dangerous areas increases the safety of the construction personnel.
Project managers use unmanned aerial vehicles for various purposes, and because they remove the human element from the process, they increase safety, productivity, and accuracy, among many other benefits.