Mapping & Surveying With A Drone
Have you been looking for drone services in Dorset? Do you need an aerial survey using drone technology to come and provide you with a roof inspection or other service? You can benefit from drone inspections and much more across Dorset using specialist drones!
If you have been searching for Drone Surveying in Dorset, you have come to the right place; our team here at Dolphin Drones can offer you a range of aerial inspection, surveying and mapping services. When you need aerial drone surveying carried out on your property or across your land, we have the knowledge and expertise to offer some of the highest-quality services in the area.
With a fleet of six high-spec drones, each one carefully maintained to keep them in the best state possible, they have their capabilities with the option to keep operating during rain, wind and at night.
Our fleet has drones that can operate in heavy rain and the Phantom RTK, which can give us up to 1cm accuracy on mapping missions; using access equipment, we can carry out risk assessments to determine whether we can provide our drone services.
For more information or if you have any questions or queries regarding the drone surveying services in Dorset we provide, be sure to contact our team today. Our team is always more than happy to discuss specific needs and requirements with our clients, ensuring you receive the same service you are looking for. Get in touch today to find out more.
"The drones ease of use makes surveying larger areas much more time and cost efficient than more traditional methods."
What Is Drone Surveying?
Aerial Drone surveying is relatively straightforward, although it may sound complicated and a bit future-world technology. The idea is that a drone survey uses a flying drone or a UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) to capture aerial imagery and data with downward-facing sensors and cameras.
During the flight over the targeted area, the cameras and data sensors take multiple images every few seconds, surveying and assessing the land or property it is flying over. Each image taken by the drone is then tagged with specific coordinates, continuously gathering information to compute measurements.
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Once the surveying drone is back on land and the data has been retrieved, it computes a fully 3D overview of the area, whether it be a plot of land you are graphing out to find land boundaries or a property/tower you are trying to survey for chimney/structural damage, drone surveying is a highly accurate tool for surveys.
One of the main benefits of using drones for surveying is that they can carry out imagery and collect data at a much lower altitude than manned aircraft, offering high-resolution images and incredibly accurate data.
Using our software, you can also take measurements from the captured data down to 1cm.
Here at Dolphin Drones, our drone services in Dorset are fast, competitively priced and also remove many issues with the weather; this is because drones can fly below the clouds, and we can also use an IP67-rated drone. For more information, get in touch with our team today.
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Contact our team today if you want more information or have any questions or queries regarding the drone services in Dorset we provide.
Our team is always happy to discuss specific needs and requirements with our clients, ensuring you receive the same service you want. Get in touch today to find out more. For great content on topics such as "Get a Virtual Tour of Your Holiday Park", check out our blog.
Our team have been providing aerial surveys and drone services for several years; during this time, we have honed and perfected our skills, so if you need an aerial survey or aerial surveys in and around Dorset, all you need to do is speak to our team.
"The drones ease of use makes surveying larger areas much more time and cost-efficient than more traditional methods."
Example Project - Drone Mapping
A stitched image consisting of 800+ images covering an area of 80 acres with 1cm accuracy.
Larger areas are possible, to date we have mapped up to 220 acres for one project with 1cm accuracy.