Air Reel Tech Panorama Services

Air Reel Tech Panorama

Air Reel Technologies offers aerial mapping and topographic mapping services through the use of its UAS (commonly known as drones).  Aerial mapping has been made easy and accessible thanks to the ease that comes with using drones for aerial services.

Air Reel Technologies’ aerial mapping solutions allow managers and others to receive high-definition aerial topographic maps delivered in a timely fashion, along with updated Google Earth layers, and orthographic maps. Our customers enjoy real-time, high-definition, actionable data, eliminating the need to wait for weeks to get traditional ground survey results or rely on outdated public maps.

At Air Reel Technologies we offer enterprise drone aerial mapping services that capture high-resolution three dimensional terrain measurements with relative accuracy. Our drone services are vertically integrated to add value to the utilities, construction, and energy industries. Air Reel Technologies’ aerial surveying service is a full end-to-end solution where Air Reel Technologies’ licensed UAV pilots conduct the surveys, Air Reel Technologies processes all the data in-house, and then delivers actionable data and media to our customers.

  • Construction (excavation and cut/fill, roadway, civil engineers, scouting/development, aerial photography, etc.)
  • Erosion Control (vegetation analysis, encroachment analysis, etc.)
  • Utilities (right of way, etc.)
  • Energy (right of way, as-built, site planning, etc.)
  • Farmers and Ranchers (wildlife management, cattle management, etc.)
Industrial Inspections
Bridge, High voltage, Buildings, and Land Inspections

Scaled Down Orthophoto

Air Reel range ortho

An orthophoto, orthophotograph or orthoimage is an aerial photograph geometrically corrected (“orthorectified”) such that the scale is uniform: the photo has the same lack of distortion as a map. Unlike an uncorrected aerial photograph, an orthophotograph can be used to measure true distances, because it is an accurate representation of the Earth’s surface, having been adjusted for topographic relief, lens distortion, and camera tilt.  These photos are not like the online maps you are used to using, they are very much more detailed and accurate down to centimeters.  Best of all they are up to date unlike online maps that can be a year old or more.

Orthophotographs are commonly used in the creation of a Geographic Information System (GIS). Software can display the orthophoto and allow an operator to digitize or place linework, text annotations or geographic symbols (such as hospitals, schools, and fire stations). Some software can process the orthophoto and produce the linework automatically.

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