The new world
of mapping: An industry report
August 19, 2019
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as drones, have already disrupted many industries, and PwC anticipates they will have a net impact of £42 billion on the UK economy by 2030.
This Special Report aims to show customers how to make a fair and accurate judgement on the most suitable type of data capture method(s) required for their project/business. It will inform the reader on what can be achieved in terms of data output and accuracy using drones, as well as the resulting utilities of this data. It will then give the reader the information they need to compare and contrast with various other remote sensing options, and the effectiveness they have for a particular project or business.
Download this report to find out:
What is accuracy and how can you measure it?
What are the benefits and limitations of different remote sensing platforms?
What accuracy can be achieved with drone photogrammetry?
How can I get the most value from my data?
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“By using drones, we haven’t had to manually survey stockpiles for a year. This has removed the need for boots on the ground and reducing the amount of time staff spend in potentially hazardous environments”
Charles Harvey, Vinci/Taylor Woodrow