A dimmed image of an airborne drone at a national trust park, producing photogrammetry images.


Create accurate point cloud for projects and assets safely in rapid time

With a variety of sensors rapidly being generated to suit the drone industry, this gives us the advantage to generate a higher standard of data than previously seen, especially for clients whose projects require photogrammetry.

This allows us to ideally select a suitable aircraft from our fleet and plan accordingly to create a data set of accurate high-quality imagery that enables our clients to see precise measurements and recordings of their sites, projects and assets.

We provide professional aerial mapping and photogrammetry services for buildings and landscapes.

These can be used for a huge range of applications including providing essential coverage of locations or events, dealing with planning applications, managing natural disasters and environmental incidents, providing evidence at accident or crash sites, managing forestry, sandbanks, tidal areas, algae blooms, mapping geological areas of interest and identifying possible sites of archaeological interest.

These are created by flying a 90° grid pattern over the area to collect the required data. We can use Ground Control Points (GCPs) to ensure our maps are accurate to less than 20 centimetres and can provide full contour lines to your specification, drastically reducing the time taken it would take a traditional surveyor to achieve this.

A close up shot of a wingtra drone producing a photogrammetry image whilst airborne.

Our process

We have a tried and tested process that’s safe, secure and guarantees great results every time. Learn more about our process and how it can really help you.

A circular image of a drone, close-up, being prepared to participate in a thermal inspection.
An airborne drone producing 3D photogrammetry during a RUAS service.


Who we’ve helped with photogrammetry

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An airborne drone during a GVC transition training course.

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