As the world constantly changes around us, the importance of having an accurate, up-to-date survey of our environment and resources has never been greater. Dron-e has offered value-based geospatial solutions to the Aerial Acquisition and Orthoimagery profession for over 5 years.
Dron-e provides a full suite of digital processing and mapping solutions to capture Earth’s ever-changing environment. Our expert flight crews, imagery specialists and sophisticated camera systems are ready to surpass your expectations.
We can help you:
Extensive land surveys and topographical surveys permit the most definite representation of cadastral maps, immediately and in a hassle-free manner.
Land management &
Our background in land management and development has supported several private and government agencies for secure pre-construction planning.
Drones are a popular and conventional method of Stockpile measurements in the industry.
The slope monitoring process through GIS mapping conducted by our experts successfully recognizes the steepness of the ground’s surface using the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) and Digital Surface Model (DSM).
Urban planning &
With astonishing advancements in drone technology, the use of drones in urban planning has become extensive. Through drone surveying, we can accumulate enormous amounts of data quickly and at lower prices due to AI processing and machine learning.
We help you to represent reality by providing you with As-Built maps to create or update safety plans.
Deliverables we provides:
- Orthomosaic maps 3D
- Dense point cloud
- Digital surface models (DSM)
- Digital Elevation Model (DEM)
- Digital Terrain Model (DTM)
- Contour Maps
- 3D Textured Maps
Range of industries
Our geospatial services includes data generation, manipulation, management, conversion, migration, and maintenance for GIS and other information management systems.
We answer the most common questions
The acronym GSD stands for Ground Sample Distance, and it measure the size of the side of a pixel when projected over a surface.
In an Orthomosaic, having a GSD = 1 cm/px means that each pixel in the images represent a square of 1 x 1 cm on the surface.
A lower GSD value will result in more detailed orthomosaics.
The term Overlap indicates how much of an image is present in the next one, and it is expressed in %.
There are 2 types of overlap, Front and Side:
- Front Overlap refers to two consecutive images in the same row
- Side Overlap refers to an image and the one adjacent, in the next/previous row
The results of a photogrammetric survey (aerial or ground based) are limited by what the camera can see and distinguish cleary, so it is impossible to acquire something that is hidden (like the ground under the tree canopy) or reflective.