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The lidar-equipped drone calculates the distance by sending a pulsed laser light to the canopy forest and measuring the reflected pulses with a sensor. Data is critical to plan new forest restoration programs and to evaluate the success of current projects. To find out more about what lidar can do for your business, please call us today! – Team DroneAscent…

Drones Superbly Showcase Construction and Real Estate

There was a time when only those selling luxury properties could afford to incorporate special marketing tactics like drones to showcase a tall or especially beautiful property. Not only is it now easier to get compelling images, provide detail on unique property features, and make impressive virtual tours, incorporating drone photography and video also generates new business for realtors and…

Deploying Drones in Confined Spaces

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or more commonly referenced to as “drones” are being utilized today in a myriad of services. From deliveries to inspections to surveys, drones are evolving exponentially in technology, which creates more opportunity to deploy drones. One of the fastest growing areas is using drones to inspect confined spaces that are inaccessible or just too dangerous for…

Drones are Better than Fireworks

Using 526 drones, people at the 2019 Big Data Expo in Guiyang City, Guizhou Province, southwest China saw a spectacular nightly light show. The quality of the display is exceptional, proving that drones can replace fireworks for spectacular large-scale displays. A drone light display comes with the added side benefits of no explosions to frighten pets and children, no spent…

DOD Using Drones to Map Wildfires

A new drone has been created by the Department of Defense to interface with emergency services to provide information about what is occurring in real time in wild fires. This new drone has a thermal camera, an optical camera, and four sensors which allow the identification of the temperature of the drone in the environment. – Team DroneAscent https://dronedj.com/2019/06/22/department-of-defense-supports-use-of-drones/

Using Drones for Aging Infrastructure Inspections

Drones are agile enough to scan bridge spans and eyeball hard-to-reach areas. A thermal/infrared camera can further highlight hard-to-see crevices that might not be obvious to the naked human eye. Drones can hover close to trusses, piers, and other structure and take high-resolution images and/or video. This provides inspectors safe data to analyze from the ground. DroneAscent can get started…