Know Your Land
Capturing aerial imagery for small geographic areas is more cost-effective using SRC’s Unoccupied Aerial Vehicle (UAV), also known as an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS).
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These small, remotely piloted, environmentally-friendly vehicles (under 3 kg) are autonomous aircraft that fly a pre-programmed flight path to capture high-resolution imagery for small geographic areas (less than 1,000 ha).
SRC has many years of experience in remotely-sensed data acquisition and offers UAV services to support industry and government.
High-resolution image acquisition
Ground resolutions from 1.6 – 3 cm
Typical flight elevations from 60 – 110 m above ground (with terrain following capability)
Shade-free imagery capability (when UAV flies under cloud cover)
Typical flights cover 30-50 ha; multi-flight capability
GPS ground control to improve positional accuracies
Image processing services
GIS-ready digital ortho-photos with metadata
Digital terrain data
Volumetric calculations (gravel pits, chip piles, etc.)
Image editing and analysis
Stereo photo interpretation
See what the UAV looks like and view samples of our imagery in the UAV photo gallery.
- Site assessments, mapping and reclamation planning
- Mine and industrial site inspection and monitoring to meet regulatory requirements
- Tailings, wasterock and feedstock volume calculations
- Leak detection and monitoring
- Green tree retention and forest regeneration surveys
- Site specific biodiversity assessments and monitoring
Contact us to find out how our UAV services can meet your needs or to see examples of the high quality imagery we can acquire.