Drones, otherwise known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or (UnscrewedAerial Vehicle), have revolutionized the surveyors’ industry. With their rise in popularity and legislation, manufacturers have created drones for a wide variety of purposes, including utility models for companies that need to inspect or collect aerial images of worksites. Geospatial industry undergoes a revolution every day, from total stations, to GPS, to Laser scanners and the robotics. The combination has resulted to an efficient tool, surveying drones, which boast quick data collection times, excellent positional accuracy and a safe operator experience.
Ground Control Stations (GCS)
Ground Control Stations are the central control unit that allows a UAV to fly and a UAS to operate.
Data Links act as the transmission center that allow the drone to communicate with the ground operator while in flight
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This is the use of UAVs to survey an area of land. A surveyor/ drone Operator flies the drone over an area of land, capturing pictures.
Drone applications in agriculture range from mapping and surveying to cropdusting and spraying.
Advances in technology have made the drone an affordable tool for worksites. Used correctly, drones enable faster, more economical, and higher-resolution surveying without sacrificing on accuracy.
This is indeed one of the first known applications of drones. From HD videos, live Wi-Fi streaming, track and fly aiding in extreme sports, there is unlimited use of drones in film and production.
Drones are being put to use for inspection purposes. This can be especially ideal because it eliminates the safety concerns and time commitments involved with putting humans in these areas.
With the help of thermal sensors, drones can locate lost persons. They are also especially useful at night or even in challenging terrains.