Traditional Challenges in Forest Management
Mapping heavily-vegetated, often mountainous areas on foot is time-consuming, expensive, and dangerous to the operators.
The data collected could be limited in both scope and scale, making it difficult to create comprehensive profiles that can be shared with different teams.
How Drones Help with Forest Mgmt.
Quickly take off and fly over rivers, lakes, reservoirs and more to capture data using automated flights, reducing costs and cutting fieldwork hours.
Aerial imagery helps classify water bodies, estimate water coverage, and monitor sewage.