Drone Mapping and Survey
Industry and Agriculture are realising the benefits of
aerial mapping and survey by drone.
VFR Studios carries out mapping and survey work for a number of industries and locations where a permit to work at height would normally be required. Complex or hazardous environments such as industrial sites can be inspected from the air, and inaccessible terrain can be covered quickly and efficiently saving valuable time on the ground.
- Topographic Surveys
- Forestry Surveys
- Multispectral Crop Surveys
- Quarry Volumetric Surveys
- Coast Erosion & Flood Surveys
- Construction Progress Surveys
Save Time and Lower Costs
- Capture comprehensive data in one visit reducing the necessity for repeat visits
- Hard-to-access terrain can be covered quickly and efficiently
- Inventories can be carried out from the air quickly allowing you to take stock
- You don’t need to worry about legalities and permissions, as we make all the arrangements for you.
- Drones can enter areas too risky to send your personnel into such as areas prone to landslip, high dust, or high noise zones.
- 3D imaging can be produced for you allowing you to move around the site visually and inspect without entering danger area
- Our pilots are fully trained to Advanced level and fully insured for commercial work. We have CAA permission for Commercial Operations (PfCO) and we are DroneSafe registered.
To enquire about our inspection or survey services - Call us on 0800 955 1066
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- We deliver precise DEM, DTM, DSM, Orthomosaics
- Our drones generate HD, 4K (UHD) video and high resolution digital images
- Thermal imaging used to show a range of information.
- We use GCPs (Ground Control Points) and RTK GPS alongside UAVs
A drone topographical survey provides a point cloud containing hundreds of millions of points. Each point has its own unique latitude, longitude and elevation.
You will be assigned a professional drone pilot ...
... to work with you to inspect and survey a range of sites including:
- Quarries and open mines
- Construction sites
- Stock piles and storage yards
- Inaccessible or hazardous terrain
- Renewable energy sites such as wind and solar farms