2D Mapping


An Elevated View of Your Project

Aerial 2D mapping can provide significant benefits to many industries and consumers throughout various stages of many types of projects.  From initial planning to final execution. Here's how our 2D mapping surveys can help.


Site Selection and Evaluation:  Capturing high-resolution aerial imagery to create detailed topographic maps of potential development sites. This data helps developers evaluate the suitability of the land for their project, assess environmental conditions, identify potential challenges, and make informed decisions about site selection.


Site Planning and Design:  2D mapping provides accurate and up-to-date information about the site's existing features, including terrain, vegetation, and infrastructure. This data is invaluable for creating precise site plans and designs, optimizing building placement, road layouts, drainage systems, and landscaping.











3D Modelling and Visualization:  Processing the same data into 3D models of the site and surrounding area enables the visualisation of how projects will fit into the existing landscape and assess its visual impact. They can also be used to communicate the project's design to stakeholders, investors, and regulatory authorities.


Construction Progress Monitoring:  Monitor progress remotely and compare it to the project timeline. This helps in identifying any delays or discrepancies early on, facilitating timely adjustments and reducing project overruns.


Quality Control and Inspections:  Detecting defects or deviations from the plan can help ensuring that projects meets quality standards.


Cost Savings and Efficiency:  Aerial surveys cover large areas quickly and with high accuracy, leading to improved project efficiency and reduced overall costs.


Environmental and Regulatory Compliance:  Avoid potential violations by providing visual evidence of adherence to environmental guidelines.


Risk Management:  Comprehensive views of project sites can help identify potential safety hazards and risks before they escalate. This proactive approach enhances on-site safety for workers and reduces the likelihood of accidents.


Post-Construction Documentation:  Create detailed as-built documentation, comparing the actual construction to the original plans. This documentation is valuable for future maintenance or potential legal disputes.



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