The DJI D-RTK 2 mobile base station helps make accuracy easy. This GNSS receiver supports GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, and GALILEO signals, allowing for centimetre-level positioning. The integrated IMUs monitor movements and calibrate tilt sensors to minimize risks.
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Here is a glimpse at some of the next-generation UAV equipment which we typically use for our drone surveys and inspections.
Our flagship drone: The M300 RTK by DJI is the premier enterprise-level inspection drone on the market. With a flight time of up to 55 minutes, lots of built-in redundancy, and a host of payloads to choose from, this is our go-to UAV for inspection work. When coupled with the Zenmuse H20T camera, it is capable of safely inspecting high-value assets at a stand-off range.
Powerful yet attentive. The Mavic 3 Enterprise is the perfect discrete mapping and inspection drone. This is our go-to aircraft for missions where flying large drones would either be illegal or cause a disturbance. This powerful little drone gets the job done without showing off.
The confined space master: The Stereo 2 by Multinnov is the cutting-edge in confined space and indoor inspection drone technology. Eliminating the need to send personnel into hazardous locations, the Multinnov Stereo 2 can be deployed at a fraction of the cost, and with zero downtime. This is a drone designed from the ground up to get into restrictive and hard-to-reach places.
See beyond the visible spectrum. The Mavic 3 Multispectral is the perfect ecological mapping drone. With five different cameras, it is able to capture a comprehensive set of multispectral imagery quickly efficiently and to a very high-resolution.
Small yet powerful. This tiny drone is our go-to drone for anything where we may be close to uninvolved people. The combination of its small size and powerful 48mp camera make it the ideal drone for urban and built up areas where ground risk is a key consideration.
LIDAR for everyone. The DJI Zenmuse L1 LIDAR payload features an integrated Livox LIDAR module and a 20mp camera. This combination makes for an excellent all-round package. Covering up to 2km² in a single flight, the L1 carries a highly efficient payload.
One payload with a multitude of sensors. The H20T is specifically designed for conducting inspections of high-value assets. When coupled with the Matrice M300 aircraft, the various sensors on the H20T give the operator a wide array of options to get the best imagery possible.
Combined with our flagship drone platform DJI M300 RTK, the DJI Zenmuse P1 camera enables photogrammetry and 3D modelling of the highest standard. There are also interchangeable fixed-focus lenses, on a 3-axis stabilized gimbal, that provide robust versatility to help create stunning 2D, 3D detailed models.
Keeping people and equipment safe, no matter the task. The DRS-M300 uses proven parachute technology for drone operations, to rule out any danger to people on the ground. Engineers with Drones meet the current stringent UAV security requirements.
This GNSS receiver helps us in everyday surveying assignments. It has very fast convergence time, which helps us to be quick and efficient in the field. Its five signal support gives us a better rate of precision, allowing for centimetre-level accuracy. We also love it for the low battery consumption - it gives us 22h hours on one charge.
The QYSEA Fifish V6 is a cutting-edge underwater drone. One of the standout features of the Fifish V6 is its exceptional manoeuvrability. It boasts six thrusters, which allow for precise control and agile movement, ensuring that users can navigate through tight spaces and capture stunning footage with ease. Its depth rating of up to 100 meters (328 feet) opens up a vast realm of underwater possibilities in stunning 4K resolution to inspecting water tanks and underwater structures.
3D mapping typically refers to the generation of a digital twin of a real world thing, be it a handheld object, a build/structure or a large piece of land. It is typically generated using either Photogrammetry but it can also be done using Lidar. Once generated a near photo realistic dimensionally accurate model can be then viewed assessed and manipulated in most any computer or handheld device. Also known as a digital twin or 3D modelling users can analyse these digital representations of objects in three dimensions.
The major advantage to this form of data presentation is the context it brings to the data. Every feature and defect is clearly seen within the larger context of the object. This makes it much more intuitive and efficient to work with with the data. This technique offers an up-to-date and comprehensive method of information collecting and visualisation. WHat we say here is "with 3D mapping you can bring the asset to the people instead of bringing the people to the asset". This means instead of ten different site visits by various parties there only needs ot be one visit thenall the rest cna be done in the office. More about 3D Mapping...
A confined space is an enclosed or partially enclosed area that is not intended for human occupancy and has limited means of entry and exit. Confined spaces can pose significant risks to workers, including lack of oxygen, toxic fumes, and physical hazards such as pinch points or moving parts. Examples of confined spaces include tanks, vessels, sewers, boilers, and storage bins. Entry into a confined space requires a high level of safety precautions, including hazard identification, ventilation, personal protective equipment, and a permit system. Proper training, equipment, and procedures are essential to ensure the safety of workers in confined spaces. More about confined space...
The use of dedicated confined space drones has significantly reduced the cost and risk associated with many confined space operations.
Photogrammetry is a technique that involves the use of photographs to measure and extract three-dimensional information about an object or scene. It involves taking multiple photographs of an object or area from different angles and then using software to analyze the images and create a 3D model. The process involves identifying common points on the photographs and using these points to triangulate the location of the object in three-dimensional space.
Photogrammetry has many applications in various fields, such as surveying, architecture, engineering, and mapping. It is used to create accurate and detailed maps, models of buildings and landscapes, and to measure distances and volumes. In archaeology, photogrammetry is used to create 3D models of ancient artifacts and structures, allowing researchers to study and analyze them in detail without risking damage to the original objects. It is also used in cinematography to create special effects and computer-generated imagery. With the advancement of technology, photogrammetry has become a powerful tool for capturing and analysing complex visual data. More about 3D Mapping...
UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle): UAV is the technical term for a drone. It refers to any aircraft that can be operated without a human pilot on board.
UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System): UAS encompasses not just the drone itself (UAV) but also the associated ground control station, communication systems, and any additional equipment required for its operation.