Drone Technologies

Thermal Imaging

We can help you see what you are missing with thermal imaging

  • lost people or animals
  • hot spots after a fire
  • equipment on the verge of failure
  • building or greenhouse heat losses
  • land usage by temperature ranges
  • solar panel performance
BCIT Daylight


Photogrammetry is a passive imaging technology that utilizes images stitched together, using key matching points and captured camera positions, to derive its outputs. It relies on reflected ambient light from the imaged surface or object.

Our drones can use photogrammetry to capture RGB, thermal, or multispectral images with the drone cameras. Our software manages automated flight patterns and image data transfer to ensure everything is captured completely and efficiently. 

The capture results are very precise, to less than one-centimeter accuracy, and compare well to survey-grade. 3D maps and models can easily be generated from the aerial survey results.

 High resolution images, including 3D textured mesh, thermal maps, orthomosaics, DSM or digital surface models and index maps can be created. 


2D fast-mapping for emergency response and public safety

Helping emergency teams on the ground with vital information.

There’s no substitute for accurate situational awareness information during challenging events. Utilizing 2D drone technology, we can create critical aerial maps for first responders and public safety emergency teams.

This is very useful for quickly and effectively managing resources to cope with earthquakes, floods, fires, missing persons, tactical planning and people displacement.

Other uses are crash scene investigation and reconstruction, forest fire mapping and ecological aerial surveys.