Aerial survey is a process of image acquisition of a surface from an elevated position. Nowadays specialists widely use manned and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to take photographs of the surface.
High spatial resolution and good quality of images display the real situation on the surface. With the aerial survey we are able to get high-res images even of those territories that are covered with dense vegetation.

There are several types of aerial survey:

  1. Colour aerial survey repeat natural colours of a landscape. This makes the images more informative and realistic;
  2. Thermal aerial survey helps to analyze an object remotely. This method is used for urban infrastructure monitoring (pipes, water supply system, sewage, etc.), centers of ignition detecting, livestock tracking and so on.
  3. Digital infrared aerial survey is used for creating images in synthetic ("not natural") colours. All changes on the surface are displayed in different shades.


As a result a customer gets relevant and reliable image of the surface. Basing on these
  • image one can create following products:
  • topographic maps and plans;
  • GIS projects;
  • digital elevation models;
  • longitudinal and transverse terrain profiles;
  • virtual tors;
  • 3D panorama;
  • geospatial database.
Aerial survey is widely used by:
  • real estate developers, investors, building contruction companies;
  • marketing, advertising companies;
  • geological and mining companies, archeological organizations;
  • agricultural companies;
  • web-portals;
  • film production companies.
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