Drone Mapping Puts Necessary Information Into YOUR Hands.
The use of drones has evolved over the years, especially in the fields of agriculture and construction. With the use of drones, individuals have the ability to accomplish extensive mapping and surveying under a fraction of the time when compared to more conventional methods.
In the AEC industry, drone surveying is at the forefront of drone utilization. Because of their compact size and ability to maneuver with ease, drone surveying allows architects, clients and land developers to capture data in challenging and unsafe terrain without the use of manpower. Drone mapping doesn’t just help to eliminate the risk to people, but it also helps to eliminate expensive mistakes by providing a higher degree of accuracy to the mapping and modeling process.
In agriculture, drone surveying is an invaluable tool for farmers, growers and service providers. Since farms cover a lot of space, it’s hard to get a sense of what’s really going on. Drone surveying allows these individuals to take a look at the big picture when it comes to their farms. It provides them a way to scout their crops, create treatment plans, track plant growth, identify stress, etc - all which helps them optimize farm productivity based on real-time data and information. Plus, all this data can be collected within minutes with the use of a drone.
Drone mapping provides many benefits for those in the agriculture and AEC industry, and it's a faster, cheaper and safer method to utilize compared to collecting data with satellites, manned aircraft, or road crews.
If you are in need of drone mapping or drone surveying services around Vashon, WA or Puget Sound area, contact MorLo Aerial Imaging.
MorLo Aerial Imaging is a veteran-owned business based out of Vashon, WA. Owned and operated by Louis Morales, MorLo Aerial Imaging specializes in drone mapping services. Morales has more than 16 years of aviation experience spanning his work as a FAA Part 61 Commercial Pilot, his acquisition of a B.S. in Aeronautics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, and real world sUAS operations including mapping, modeling, and reality capture.