Solutions | Aerial Surveys

By: Aerial Surveys  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Aerial Photography

If you are wanting a location based application, look no further. We have the data and in many cases the tools that you need. If we don’t, we probably have partners who do.

There are so many applications that can benefit from geospatial components and there is a popular misconception that this is a very expensive industry requiring highly skilled and expensive specialists. We have those specialists, but a lot of the time we engage them in breaking down the components into relevant chunks that you can mix and match to meet your needs.

We support a huge range of environments including GIS, database, photography and much more. Some of the applications we cover include:

  • Biosecurity. Aerial photography, remote sensing, mapping as well as our Points of Interest (POI) databases allow you to use disparate systems and databases to come up with quality information. Often things become apparent much more quickly and easily when viewed spatially. This can make a huge difference when things go wrong.
  • Forest Mapping. We have a wide range of patented solutions for forest mapping which is a speciality. If you have needs in this industry, please ask.
  • Land Development. If you need mapping information, aerial photography or other spatial information, you should be talking to our specialists.
  • Property Information. We have a full database of property information which we process from the government monthly so that we can give you good up to date data for your projects or developments.

Keywords: Aerial Photography

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Products and Services | Aerial Surveys

In addition to traditional GIS data, aerial photography and imagery that we have been supplying to our clients for more than 18 years, we are continually exploring new technologies and developing new tools and products to advance the quality of decision making by our clients.


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LiDAR/ALS | Aerial Surveys

This data is referred to as intensity data and when greyscale readings are applied to the measurements, an intensity image is created, effectively delivering a medium resolution black and white ortho image. Depending upon the area of interest, size, shape and type of terrain, the parameters within the LiDAR system (pulse rate, swath width and scan angle) are set to achieve the best solution for each project.


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Forest Health & Biosecurity | Aerial Surveys

Where insect infestation has occurred and a specific host species of tree is identified, Aerial Surveys technology can rapidly locate and map where the host trees are. Every year forest owners lose value from their forest asset through poor tree health and the effects of disease or pest infestation. Knowing the extent of disease or infestation in a forest allows the forest manager to accurately target sprays and other treatments.


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Forest Mapping | Aerial Surveys

This information allows planners, planting contractors, road constructors and harvesters to plan activities appropriate for the terrain, highlighting ridge lines, watercourses, slope and aspect, and other topographical features. Accurate stand boundaries will reflect the gross area in contention, but the productivity is determined by the proportion of that stand that is growing trees – the net stocked area.