Growing aerial survey profits is dependent on maximizing the geospatial data collected with existing resources - raising the number projects completed with the same aircraft and staff.
By way of example: your company won a tender to conduct an aerial survey of a 3500 square kilometer area. The requirements are products in 10cm GSD, with a very short acquisition time and an extremely tight delivery deadline. As a leading regional provider, you have adopted an advanced digital mapping system, and you calculate that the project will take eight flight days and 40 processing days.
8 Days of Flight + 40 Processing Days. Total work: approximately 2 months with a very short acquisition period and extremely tight delivery deadline in relation to the scope of the project
This same project with the A3 super wide angle automated aerial mapping system would take 1.5 flight days and only 8-9 days of automatic processing!
1.5 Days of Flight + 8-9 Days of Automatic Processing. ROI mathematics is clear: Utilizing the same amount of resources can easily triple the capacity of mapping products you are delivering as well as your revenue.