Post Processing Services

2D Orthomosaics

 Use flight capture data to create high resolution survey-grade 2D orthomosaics

3D Point Clouds

Generate X, Y, and Z geometric coordinates from flight data to create 3D Point Clouds. Quickly identify and catalog objects based upon the coordinates from these files.

Contour Maps

Creation of break lines, reference points, digital elevation models, and contour lines.

CAD Overlays

 Overlay CAD drawings onto generated maps to include markup, measurements and annotations.

Digital Surface Model

 Generate a Digital Surface Model to visualize elevation and terrain in a 2D file.

Digital Terrain Models

 Create vector data sets composed of regularly spaced points and natural features such as ridges and breaklines. Use your DTM to augment Digital Elevantion Models by including linear features of the bare-earth terrain.


Light Detection and Ranging deliver accurate distance measurements above ground level.  LiDAR can be used to inspect vegetation such as leaves and crops. Above ground imagery (such as forest canopy) can be removed to view the ground surface area. LiDAR can be used for structural inspections and work in low contrast or shadowy situations, even at night. Our drones can fly with LiDAR and Time-of-Flight (ToF) or flash LiDAR payload devices based upon the specific survey/mapping requirements. Examples of LiDAR applications include:

  • Agriculture/Forestry
  • Archaeology documentation
  • Power line, railway track, and pipeline inspection
  • Mining topography
  • Construction site monitoring
  • Building and structural inspections
  • Urban surveying
  • Storm surge modeling
  • Hydrodynamic modeling
  • Digital Terrain/Elevation Models


Use standard high resolution imaging when surveying/mapping bare earth mine sites, earth works projects, and other areas not occluded by trees, buildings, or equipment. Photogrammetry data capture is also best used on small sites where Dense Image Matching (DIM) is acceptable for elevation calculations.


Multispectral camera remote sensing imaging technology use Green, Red, Red-Edge and Near Infrared wavebands to capture both visible and invisible images. at specific frequencies across the electromagnetic spectrum. Multispectral imaging applications include:

  • Plant counting
  • Water management
  • Leaf Area Index
  • Biomass
  • Plant chlorophyll levels
  • Soil property and moisture analysis
  • Crop health and stress analysis
  • Erosion analysis
  • Nursery monitoring
  • Plant physiology analysis
  • Irrigation scheduling
  • Soil salinity stress detection
  • Plant disease detection
  • Maturity evaluation
  • Bruise detection of fruits
  • Yield forecasting