Management of Earth’s natural resources starts with their identification
With airborne laser scanning system we conduct accurate aerial surveys and leverage high point density to capture topography, generate precise elevation data, monitor landslides, discover erosion, produce flood and risk hazard maps and monitor vegetation growth.
The value of obtained data is increased by high resolution aerial imagery which makes analyses, planning and decision management easier.
Detection and analyses of terrain elevation differences due to underground mining or natural processes.
Airborne laser scanning of watercourses and alluvial plains and production of digital terrain models present the most effective solution for performing hydrological analyses and development of flood risk maps.
Laser data combined with bathymetric data provides our customers with terrain and riverbed models applicable for simulations of river flow at different water levels.
Airborne laser technology provides data for forest wood volume and biomass calculations for sustainable forest management. High resolution aerial imagery assists at monitoring of bark beetle and other pest in forests.
In search of best locations for renewable energy sources, mainly solar and wind potential, we implement our remote sensing technologies to gain data for analysing and assessing decisive factors for microlocation determination. The extracted data is applied to our GMS-GIS software for users to identify potential locations for energy production and also serves as connecting tool for interested partners.