Measured Building Surveys

Drone or UAV Surveys

Drone surveys, (also known as UAV surveys) have become an increasingly popular method of carrying out surveying projects.

One of the major advantages of drone surveys is the versatility it offers your project. Suitable across a range of our services, drones are equally effective for both land and building surveys and offer an excellent option for inaccessible areas.

Another major benefit of a drone survey is the speed in which large areas can be surveyed. Capturing data can be quicker, safer and less intrusive than other means or in many cases, drones can be used as a complementary add-on service alongside more traditional surveying methods.

Data from drone surveys is available in both 2D and 3D formats with a range of additional options available. This could include point cloud data, ortho-rectified photography and fly over video footage, all ensuring you receive a high level of technical detail to support your project. Our drone team is fully compliant with the Civil Aviation Authority regulations for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.

Drone surveys are ideal when working on projects such as quarries and landfill, traffic surveys, agricultural inspections, large scale mapping, and thermal imaging, as well as schemes where access may be restricted such as heritage projects and roof inspections.

Drones Overview

  • Can capture data more quickly and more effectively than traditional methods
  • Ideal solution for large land spaces and for inaccessible areas
  • Suitable for a range of projects and schemes for both land and measured building surveys
  • High level of technical data available including point clouds and flyovers
  • Equally effective as a stand-alone survey or a complementary service
  • Data available in a wide range of formats
  • A safe and cost-efficient method minimising the amount of survey time on site
Survey Solutions drone carrying out a land survey A Survey Solutions drone controller being used

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