At Volare Drone Innovations, staying ahead of the curve is in our DNA. We continually adapt to the latest technology, forever seeking ways to improve lives. Our motto, "Procuring you an eye in the future," goes beyond simply delivering - it's also about sourcing the most recent advancements for you. However, we believe that the innovation journey begins where the product creation ends. Our team dedicates itself to leveraging their expertise and customer feedback to utilize these innovations for our clients01 benefit.
We're always in search of new features that provide optimum solutions and challenge our abilities. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), also called multi-rotors or drones, are remote-controlled aircraft versatile enough to carry various reality-capturing tools. These UAVs can reach regions faster and safer than humans, thereby enabling us at Volare Drone Innovations to collect substantial data more efficiently than ever before, all while ensuring your operations remain safe.
Our drones can be employed for a number of applications such as documenting fine architectural details on building façades, conducting cell tower audits, enabling inspections of live power stations, performing thermal examinations for leak detection in water and gas lines and many more.
Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensors use light energy to scan the surface and measure variable distances. This results in a rich set of data that can be used to create high-resolution maps and detailed ‘3D point cloud models’ of any kind of asset or terrain. These models can yield up to 100 to 500 points per points per square meter, at a vertical elevation accuracy of 1 inch. With LiDAR, it is therefore possible to detect the tiniest objects that would otherwise go unnoticed.
This even allows for more accurate digital terrain models for areas covered by trees or vegetation: measuring where vegetation occurs, the density, and the topography of the ground underneath. LiDAR is also very suitable for environments with little to no light, such as underground tunnels.
LiDAR is a technology that uses laser pulses to create detailed 3D maps of terrain and objects. It measures the time it takes for the laser light to reflect back to the sensor to determine distances. This data can be used for various applications, such as surveying, construction planning, and mapping.
There are several reasons why we use LiDAR. First, LiDAR technology provides highly accurate and detailed data that can be used to create precise 3D maps of terrain, buildings, and other objects. Second, LiDAR is a non-invasive technology, which means it can be used to gather data without physically touching or altering the object being measured. This is particularly important for environmental monitoring and project expedience. Finally, LiDAR can save time and money by providing quick and accurate data, which can help to reduce errors, minimize rework, and increase efficiency. Overall, LiDAR is a powerful tool that can provide valuable insights and help to drive innovation in a variety of industries.
240,000 laser pulses per second, upto 3 returns, a total of 720,000 range measurements per second, maximum detection range of 450m, a field of view of 70.4 degrees, and range accuracy of 1 inch makes this a perfect solution for aerial survey grade data acquisition. LiDAR technology is ideal for creating accurate topographical maps. By emitting laser pulses and measuring the time it takes for them to reflect back to the sensor, LiDAR can create highly detailed 3D models of terrain. This information is critical for land use planning, environmental management, and infrastructure development. LiDAR has revolutionized topographical map making by providing accurate and detailed data that can be used to create precise 3D models of terrain, making it an essential tool for a range of industries needing maps.
Thermal drones are another option to DSLR thermal cameras. As the name implies, thermoelectric drone systems produce a thermal images from the air using an infrared camera. It has long been understood that having the ability to observe heat from above is crucial for successful operations. Drones equipped with thermal cameras have saved countless lives during search and rescue efforts by covering large areas quicker than grounds teams and detecting a heat source of a missing person. Pipeline leaks and tank heat losses can be very costly, not to mention dangerous. Thermal scanning with FLIR imaging can help you detect these issues early on, before they become a bigger problem. With our thermal scans, you can rest assured knowing that your business is running safely and efficiently. FLIRs make pictures from heat, not visible light. Heat (also called infrared, or thermal, energy) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, but a camera that can detect visible light won't see thermal energy, and vice versa. Measuring the relative surface temperature of an asset or terrain reveals hidden damages, otherwise impossible to spot with the naked eye. These sensors measure all kinds of invisible damages, like moisture damage, electrical issues, problematic temperature variations, energy inefficiencies, and water leaks. The speed, ease, and cost-efficiency of drone-based thermal inspection means it can be carried out more frequently than traditional methods. And with pro-active maintenance, asset and facility managers can work smarter and identify risks earlier.
A point cloud is a discrete set of data points in space. The points may represent a 3D shape or object. Each point position has its set of Cartesian coordinates (X, Y, Z). Point clouds are generally produced by 3D scanners or by photogrammetry software, which measure many points on the external surfaces of objects around them. Point Cloud: commonly the product of a LiDAR system, it is a collection of points useful for storing large amounts of data. Each point in the point cloud can hold information, called components, which contains a value that describes the point.
The one difference to remember that distinguishes photogrammetry from LiDAR is RGB. In other words: colour. Photogrammetric point clouds have an RGB value for each point, resulting in a colourised point cloud. On the other hand, when it comes to accuracy, LiDAR is hard to beat. A point cloud is a collection of points of data plotted in 3D space, using a 3D laser scanner. If you're scanning a building, for example, each virtual point would represent a real point on the wall, window, stairway, metalwork, or any surface the laser beam meets.
RedEdge-P features a high-resolution panchromatic band for pan-sharpened output resolutions of 2 cm / 0.8 in at 60 m / 200 ft. Its five narrow multispectral bands with scientific-grade filters make it the perfect camera for calculating multiple vegetation indices and composites. With a high-resolution panchromatic imager, RedEdge-P enables higher-resolution RGB and multispectral outputs – 2 cm per pixel / 0.78 in per pixel resolution when flying at 60 m / 200 ft . With sharper imagery, you can spot smaller problems or features sooner and make more reliable management decisions across a variety of use cases. Multispectral cameras contain multiple filters sensitive to light wavelengths all across the electromagnetic spectrum. They capture these in an image and create geographically accurate mosaics, with various layers for each wavelength. Capturing a wide array of information beyond the naked.
High resolution enables applications that require plant-level detail, such as plant counting and species identification. This delivers solutions across industries like environmental monitoring and research. The RE-P pushes the limits for multispectral mapping by having a faster capture rate enabling lower flights than before, even at high speed. Every flight delivers reliable, high- resolution images across all bands. RGB composites as well as vegetation indices can now be gathered in the shortest time.
LiDAR drones are any drones made to carry a LiDAR sensor. They are used to collect data that can be used to make detailed 3D models for a variety of applications and industries. In this blog we describe which applications can help us in everyday life?
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Do you want a more energy-efficient home? All these questions can be answered with a Volare Drone Thermal Imagery of the house or roof.
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