Corridor Mapping Made Easy with Microdrones
Corridor Mapping Made Easy with Microdrones – A Webinar
Rome, NY – Many surveying, engineering, utility and transportation companies are tasked with surveying along linear structures or locations, such as roads, railways, and power lines to assess an area where new infrastructure needs to be built. This type of Corridor Mapping can be best accomplished through the use of drone surveying methods that allow for fast and accurate data collection with far less manpower than traditional survey systems, which are timely, expensive, and even risky.
To help demonstrate why many in the industry are now switching to drone surveying methods and taking advantage of the new technology, Microdrones is hosting a Wednesday Webinar: “Corridor Mapping Made Easy with Microdrones,” Wednesday, November 25th, 9:00AM EST or 6:00PM EST. This presentation will answer questions and explain how drone surveying equipment from Microdrones can make quick work of your corridor mapping projects, saving you time and increasing your business.
Please CLICK HERE to register.
In this webinar Jaume Cazorla, a Geospatial Engineer for Microdrones, will explain the challenges of corridor mapping with a drone and how to overcome them. Microdrones will also review a Corridor Mapping Case Study where the customer used drone surveying equipment from Microdrones to survey over 4 miles of mountainous terrain for a new utility pipeline.
Cazorla explains, “Our solutions, specifically the mdMapper1000DG, are very well suited for corridor mapping. Our system allows users to collect and process data with far more speed, accuracy, and convenience than traditional survey methods that could put people in dangerous situations as they move across tricky terrain.”
When it comes to corridor mapping projects, drone surveying equipment from Microdrones can save you time and increase your business. Register for the webinar, “Corridor Mapping Made Easy with Microdrones,” to learn how Microdrones is providing solutions that are enhancing your traditional surveying methods.
Microdrones grew out of the collaboration between the German inventor of the world’s first commercial quadcopter and a determined surveying payload and software developer in North America. The result is a global aerial mapping technology company that delivers complete and reliable mapping systems specifically developed for the surveying, mining, construction, oil & gas and precision agriculture industries. Microdrones Integrated Systems are industrial tools addressing specific complex mapping challenges for professional customers, relying on a fully integrated geospatial workflow that enables cutting-edge software technology from Microdrones to transform raw data collected in the field by Microdrones survey equipment into valuable high-quality survey grade data. Microdrones is widely recognized for its LiDAR technology leadership.
Microdrones has engineering centers and manufacturing facilities in Germany, Canada, France, China and the United States, as well as a sales, support and distribution network spanning six continents. To learn more about Microdrones, visit www.microdrones.com
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