Aerotas provides human-in-the-loop data processing services to professional land surveyors and engineers throughout the United States. 800+ high-performing surveyors use Aerotas to process drone-collected data.
Aerotas Linework has been evolving quickly. Many of you have seen the incremental and iterative improvements, while others have requested a more detailed specification document. We built a comprehensive product guide that outlines what features are identified by default, how features are marked, and a list of our CAD layers.
Survey conferences from all over the country tend to cluster in the winter months. So, Aerotas bundles up and heads out into the cold to share lessons learned from processing thousands of drone survey projects. While the number of surveyors who use drones continues to grow, there are still a handful of questions that keep cropping up at almost every survey conference. In this article, we will answer the most common questions about drone surveying from this year’s conference season.
We have processed thousands of drone survey projects for our customers, and we have learned the hard way why photogrammetry is a Ph.D. level science. We have banged our heads against every wall there is, and learned some valuable lessons that we now apply to every project we complete for our customers.
With the popularity of of UAVs in commercial applications increasing, more and more companies are regularly coming across the question of what is the best way to process drone data. There are lots of different options out there, and this article will describe the three major categories of how to process data, and the pros and cons of each one. Overall, there is no universal best answer. The best way to process data depends on the needs of each individual company.