Drone mapping is the process of mounting a sensor on a drone or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to capture data from the air. There are many different sensors which can be mounted on a drone, but some of the most common types are LiDAR scanners, high-definition aerial cameras and thermal imaging sensors. A device like the eBee X is equipped with three different sensors alone. Data captured by drones can be used to produce 2D or 3D maps depending on the application. The use of drones has dramatically increased in recent years due to their ability to map large or inaccessible areas quickly and safely.
A combination of two Trimble GPS solutions, the R10 Receiver and Trimble Catalyst (a unique subscription-based GPS solution)Tackling knotweed with high accuracy GNSS Read More >
Trimble VRS Now has been used to replace a base station bringing even greater coverage and improved efficiency to the Hydrographic Survey Team at ABP Southampton.Supporting the safe navigation of vessels within the Port of Southampton Read More >
In the beautiful Staffordshire countryside lies 16.9km of preserved, standard gauge heritage railway better known as the Churnet Valley Railway. Noted for its nostalgic steam train rides and themed days out, it’s also now the destination for many KOREC customers keen to see the latest Trimble GEDO technology demonstrated on a track. Following the restrictions […]Just the ticket or why one good turn deserves another! Read More >
Maps – they’re made to show us where we are, where we’re going, and how to get there. Right? Well, partly. Here at KOREC, we’re self-confessed mapping addicts, and we know that maps are so much more than this. So, to celebrate the arrival of KOREC Mapping in May, we asked our colleagues to send […]Our KOREC colleagues share their passion for mapping Read More >
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