Surveying Drones Blogs
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In-depth guide comparing RTK (real-time kinematic) and PPK (post-processed kinematic) for surveying, including drone mapping. Find out the differences between the two methods to help you choose the right one for your surveying application.
In-depth guide to cleaning and classifying drone LiDAR data. Find out about LiDAR noise and how removing it improves your data set and why classification is an important post-processing step. Examples using L1 data and Terrasolid software.
Coastal erosion survey shows the DJI L1 LiDAR can achieve 15mm accuracy from 100m flight altitude. The M300 RTK and L1 took two days to collect the data, compared to three weeks using traditional methods.
Drone mapping and GIS is a powerful solution for public safety. Find out how London Fire Brigade plans to use Esri ArcGIS for enhanced incident response.
A guide to GSD for drone surveying: What it is, why it is important, how it can impact the quality of your maps, and why flight altitude and a good quality camera matter.
Industry-first UK trial of the Zenmuse L1 LiDAR sensor has been conducted between DJI, Bilfinger, Shell UK, RUAS, and heliguy™ at Shell's Bacton Gas Terminal.
The verdict is that the L1 can 'revolutionise' integrity planning, digital twin creation and predictive maintenance in the energy industry.
Drones have become a key tool for coastal management and monitoring coastal erosion. Find out how NPS Property Consultants are benefiting from drone surveys to collect data quicker, safer and more accurately than traditional methods.
Exclusive data sets collected by heliguy™ show the quality of the DJI Zenmuse L1 for LiDAR drone surveying, and the power of DJI Terra as a data-processing software tool. View the point cloud data sets.
Exclusive data sets, collected by heliguy™, show the quality of the DJI M300 RTK and DJI Zenmuse P1 for aerial surveying - and highlight the benefits of the camera's innovative Smart Oblique Capture mode.
heliguy™ partners with Esri UK to offer an end-to-end drone solution for the AEC industry, based on drone supply, training and Site Scan software.