These two satellite location data correction methods have been around a while for terrestrial surveying, but when applied to drone mapping, their differences impact reliability and ROI.
Category: Drone know-how
Learn why all mapping drones in wind will face limits and which ones are designed to deliver robust, reliable data at higher levels.
When comparing LIDAR vs. photogrammetry, so much depends on the application–learn how these systems work, their strengths and which one is right for you.
Are you paying more for a cheap drone? Learn how survey drone costs impact result quality and ease of workflow over the long run.
Learn why ground sample distance (GSD) is the basis of your drone map’s accuracy, and how it influences the amount of data you gather and process per survey.
Tailsitters vs. quadplanes – why a VTOL tailsitter is the best surveying drone for your mapping missions
In this article, we will examine the key differences between the two, and highlight the advantages that tailsitters have over quadplanes.
Since we have run tests and proven 1 cm (0.4 in) drone survey accuracy, we’re sharing the steps that we find mandatory for you to get these results yourself.
Wingtra Webinar: Collecting multispectral imagery with VTOL drones in the most challenging conditions
In this webinar, we will talk about how VTOL drone technology helps professionals collect the high quality multispectral imagery over the most complicated terrains.
Cost and revenue calculations, sales forecasting, operational planning and other recurring tasks require constant tracking of the activities. What is the current state of the mine? What volume of gravel was removed? How much can be deposited in the future?
In a recent flight, our team shows how surveyors can achieve an area coverage of 130 ha at GSD lower than 1 cm.