We are prepared to see a limitless number of opportunities and experiences, in many industries and application fields for the drone technology.
UAV images can be used as a proof for re-evaluation of tax assessment.
Planning to generate income from new parking/illegal parking (summons collection).
Monitoring illegal dump site in local authority area.
Monitoring oil palm plantations using drones-UAV to support sustainability.
Fully automated drones-UAV implemented as a solution to real-estate on-site monitoring and task management.
Land border monitoring system to assist the authorities to carry out border control tasks. All data acquisition will be performed by drones-UAV and analysed by a computer in the monitoring centre for the determination of the action, at the same time solving the problem of integrity among staff on duty.
Forest fire monitoring with multiple small UAVs.
Road intersections cover large area which can be difficult to entirely monitor. In recent years, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for traffic monitoring and traffic data collection are used because of their ability to cover such large area. A generic and robust approach to detection and tracking of road vehicles from aerial video sequences is an important goal of the fully autonomous drones-UAV systems for traffic monitoring.
An important feature when conducting monitoring programs and environmental impact assessments is the ability to produce accurate line of site analyses to enable precision placement of monitoring equipment. This can help reduce costs and maximise equipment usability.
The use of aerial images obtained from an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and its classification with a supervised methodology, will allow the discrimination of the land cover classes in a more expeditious manner.
Flood disaster site monitoring drones-UAV.