Drone Data Processing & Inspection Reports

Your Solution for Efficient Data Processing and Inspection

Our data management platform provides complete drone inspection coverage with imagery, videos, and 2D / 3D Drone models – all in one place.

Image & Video Processing, Analytics, and Reports

GIS Drones is your go-to service for all artefact drone, and aerial surveys can do. In addition, we offer data processing services to ensure centimetre-level accuracy on any project you may have in mind, no matter how big or small!

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  • Dedicated Client Service

    Geospatial Data from Drone Surveying & Mapping

    The GIS Drones platform makes it easy for customers to analyze drone inspection data with a single database that combines operational information from multiple drones in one place.

    With 360-degree viewing options and 2D Orthomosaics, you’ll never have trouble finding what you’re looking for again!

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    Our Deliverables in Detail

    The accuracy of this map is unmatched, with each pixel containing 2D geo-information and able to measure distances or surfaces directly.

    Each cloud point contains geospatial (X, Y Z) and colour information to provide a very accurate model for distance measurements, including slant and horizontal angles of view!

    The drone images are crucial for creating a digital surface model of the area. They contain X, Y, and Z values used to determine the altitude at any given point.

    Our drones create a contour lines map that better understands the surface area. Contouring is essential for any project requiring accurate topography data.

    The drone’s high-resolution photographs can produce detailed digital terrain models (DTMs). Each model pixel contains 3D information, including length, width, and elevation data.

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    3D Digital Twin Models With Precise Measurements

    With our 3D digital twin models, you can make accurate pre-project measurements and uncover any issues with your construction project before it begins.

    You can measure lengths or heights without visiting the site while also being able to highlight important areas for inspection. It clarifies what needs fixing on-site using an automated system that works seamlessly across all devices!

    Multiple Formats of Data

    GIS Drone’s algorithms utilize geolocation and timestamp metadata to organize relevant asset images from drone inspections in any format (photo, video, 3D model sensor) for a complete view of your assets.

    So you can quickly identify areas where problems might arise before they become safety hazards!

    Reports and Dashboards Access For Better Customer Communications

    The report template tool makes report creation fast and easy when using a drone for inspection.

    The customizing features allow you to upload the finished product onto an online platform, where it is accessible by all the stakeholders on site – making communication more effortless than ever!

    Our Deliverables at a Glance

    • Topographic Mapping and Land Surveys
    • Building/Rooftop Facade Inspection
    • Progress Monitoring & Control
    • Structure Inspection and Photogrammetry
    • 2D Maps / 3D Modeling
    • Thermal maps
    • 360° Panorama & Virtual Reality
    • LiDAR point clouds with +/- 3cm accuracy
    • Multispectral maps
    • High Definition Photos / Videos
    • Solar Panel Inspection


    Vertical photographs are often used in mapping and are achieved by not tilting the camera, thereby imaging a smaller area.

    There are three types of aerial views with camera orientation: vertical, low oblique, and high oblique.

    The camera axis is in a vertical position, thus creating an overhead view of 90 degrees. In the low oblique, the camera axis is tilted for more than 3 degrees enabling close shots used in adve

    in vertical aerial virtuosity. Lastly, regarding the high oblique, the camera axis is tilted to 60 degrees, allowing a larger area to be covered.

    Aerial maps can often be used to make accurate and efficient volumetric calculations about how to manage drones from the air.

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