Expert Drone Data Processing and Analysis
Drone Services are now offered by Aerodyne Measure.
A good understanding of your data needs leads to a good plan for collecting that data. Let us help you determine the optimal flight pattern and image capture specifications, and then create a customized flight plan to achieve your aerial intelligence goals.
Once data is transferred to Measure, it is loaded, processed and analyzed. Based on the type of data and how it will be used, we will choose software such as Pix4D, ArcMap, Scopito or Autodesk Civil 3D to transform raw data into actionable data insights.
Analyzed data must be delivered in a user-friendly format. A simple PDF report is one common way that Measure customers choose to receive their data. For energy inspections, we often use ArcGIS or Scopito to produce an interactive webmap, with detailed, geo-located images and data that can be sorted by damage severity or type. ArcGIS data can also be delivered through a smart phone app for convenient use in the field.
FEATURED DATA PRODUCTS
3D models or 2D orthomosaics are overlaid with site plans or CAD drawings to identify discrepancies between plan and actual, typically for commercial buildings or solar plants under construction.
Construction Progress Tracking
Collecting aerial imagery at regular intervals to track changes over time and document milestone completions.
Identification, classification, and geolocation of defects for a wide array of applications including wind turbine blades, solar panels, utility poles, and boilers.
A detailed, accurate photo representation of an area, created out of many photos that have been stitched together and geometrically corrected (“orthorectified”) so that it is as accurate as a map.
Images of the heat given off by an object indicate anomalies such as malfunctioning solar modules, damaged electrical insulators, cracked expansion joints, and faulty substation components.
A map of a ground area that is true to the shape and features of the surface of the earth to highlight variations in site grading.
Aerial images are used to identify and locate vegetation over-growth conditions, typically on a solar farm or along utility lines.
Using 2D and 3D data to estimate the volume of earthwork, cut and fill, or stockpiles. Repeated volumetric analysis of stockpiles can track usage over time.
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