Surveying Case Study
Time Pressure? No Problem
A Results Analysis
An engineering and surveying firm contracted one of our pilots to conduct a flight of 800 acres and generate a topographical survey map for a water distribution system upgrade, pre-construction. Using our Wingtra One, we were able to deliver extremely precise results in a remarkable time period.
Today’s drones can cover massive scale surveying projects in a fraction of the time of ground surveys. With topographical mapping having a GSD as low as 0.7cm – equivalent to having a survey point on every 0.7cm of land – the precision and quality of these maps is completely unmatched by anything else in the industry.
When comparing a relatively small 800-acre project, we can start to see the overwhelming advantage of aerial surveying: