Media Page – Images, Video and Data from our Drones
Data examples from our fleet of unmanned aircraft. Click on the images below to see larger version and scroll between them.
One of many drone captures at the 2017 Provincial Mine Rescue Competition in Kimberley, B.C.
Overview of a quarry that we mapped by drone to produced an orthophoto mosaic and topo data for a client.
A top down view of a boat passing by the Nakwakto Rapids at Tremble Island, north of Port Hardy, BC.
UAV capture of Tyee Spit during the Tribal Journeys event in Campbell River.
Inspection of rail line and surrounding vegetation by UAV.
Digital Surface Model (DSM) derived from drone flights to capture canopy height and assist with vegetation maintenance.
Mapping of riparian area for a client to examine a log jam and flow levels.
Scouting and mapping areas for future planting near Boston Bar, BC.
Drone photo of a severe burn zone from a 2015 fire near the Nahatlatch River.
Spill monitoring using thermal infrared onboard one of our UAVs
Quarry site that was flown to produce half-metre contours and track volumetric changes.
After flying with our multispectral camera, we create crop health maps like this to guide farm management (NDRE index).
A few video clips taken from our drones. When you click the link, check make sure you are viewing in high definition (gear icon at bottom right).
The link below will bring you to a couple of interactive maps, and shows you the typical quality that is achieved when we deploy our UAVs and stitch the imagery. We allow our clients to accurately measure and assess the site without the need for GIS software. Our clients gain access our UAV Data Hub, that includes a number of analytical tools in addition to what you see below (we deploy ArcGIS Server).