Elevated Surveys

Our specialist team of drone surveyors are both IAA-accredited remote pilots and qualified surveyors. We have significant experience with unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) surveying in both Ireland and Australia. Drone images accurately validate site progress and compliance for development sites, roads, landfills and stockpiles. Drone aerial imagery can be used to provide 3D and panoramic views of properties and their environs for insurance and underwriting risk departments.

Services

  • Drone Surveys and Inspections
  • Drone Aerial Mapping
  • Stockpile and Landfill Volumetric Analysis
  • Site Works Progress Imagery & Analysis
  • 3D & Panoramic Imagery for Insurance Underwriting & Risk Departments
  • Mapping for Boundary Disputes
  • Compliance Photographs, Imagery & Analysis
  • Electrical & Telecom Infrastructure Surveys
  • Drone Thermal Analysis
  • Plant and Tree Counting & Health Analysis
  • Building, Bridge & Roof Surveys

Experience

  • Wind Farms
  • Solar Farms
  • Landfills
  • Construction Sites
  • Commercial Facilities
  • Quarries
  • Litigation Boundary Disputes
  • Wetlands & Forestry

We operate the latest in UAV, surveying technology and software to provide high accuracy, high-resolution aerial surveys. We can use our aerial and ground surveys to produce geo-referenced ortho-imagery, dense point clouds, terrain models, volume calculations and spatial data. This data can be used to provide volumetric analysis of stockpiles, topographic surveys, site measurements, levels and profiles.

 

Our clients include Irish Local Authorities, Australian Federal Territories, Wind Farms, Solar Farms as well as Renewable Energy, Construction, Engineering, Insurance, Industrial and Waste Companies.

Our operations director Colin Donnelly holds a BSc in Building Surveying from DKIT and has over 12 years’ experience in aerial and engineering surveying in Ireland and Australia. While in Ireland Colin has worked as an employee of a large state body where he gained valuable experience working on important national infrastructure. He has also worked as a contractor to multiple councils and state bodies.

While in Australia, Colin established ACT Civil Surveys where he completed large infrastructure projects and gained a wide range of experience in civil engineering, earth moving and aerial surveys. His clients included some of the largest construction companies in Australia and local Government agencies.