Drone Surveys: New heights in surveying
What is a Drone?
A drone is also known as a unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), it is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. Drones are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS); which include a Drone, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two. Drone flights can operate with various degrees of autonomy: either under remote control by a human operator or autonomously by onboard computers.
Why are Drones useful in surveying?
Drones provide us new way to acquire data; from allowing access to areas previously inaccessible to achieving land surveys in a fraction of the time taken by traditional methods. The use of drones can lead to significant and impressive cost and time savings. Integrating them into our survey solutions ensure our clients get accurate, reliable and complete data.
Our drone teams use the latest drone technology to provide a wide range of surveying and inspection services. These services include condition surveys of assets, construction progress imagery, high resolution orthomosaics for point cloud generation and topographic surveys. These services can be used for a wide range of applications including civil engineering, construction, agriculture and Land Registry boundary verification.
Benefits of Drone surveys
- Improved accessibility for difficult & restricted site locations
- Highly efficient & rapid method of site data collection
- Completeness of data – a high-definition top down dimensional record of a site
- Add value by capturing additional surrounding information
- Permanent ‘point-in-time’ archive record for heritage purposes and reinstatement
Compliance & regulation
Our teams are fully certified by the CAA to operate throughout the UK with unrivalled experience working in the most challenging congested areas of the UK.
How much do Drone surveys cost?
Let us know the details of your site including the required survey extents using an OS plan or similar. We will then contact you to discuss the specification of works and the purpose of your laser scan surveys.
For us, it’s all about using a survey method that’s fit for purpose. It’s why engineers, architects, property developers and faculty managers have chosen Spatial Dimensions to measure their houses, shops, offices, factories, schools, leisure facilities, and hospitals. We’d love the opportunity to help you.
If you need a quick, efficient and discreet team on site, you’ve come to the right place. Contact us today.
What people are saying about us...
“Spatial Dimensions not only carried out their scope of works diligently and efficiently, but also produced resulting surveys to a high quality of which they should be proud.”
Colin Hobart, Director, 3D Reid
“We have been very impressed with the quality and detail of the information received,
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David Valinsky, Architect, NRAP
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Peter Searle, Kier Group
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