Struggling to reduce survey costs and field time while capturing aerial topographic data? Our surveying services is the solution to all your drone mapping requirements.
EPE Partners can help you map inaccessible areas and provide you with highly accurate data outputs at reasonable rates.
Our advanced drone sensors and platforms produce clear 3D models and high-resolution mosaic data sets of the areas, which are difficult to access. This leaves you with highly accurate cadastral maps of complex and hard-to-access environments. Our drones can also be integrated into your surveying systems to carry out 3D mapping, land surveys, photogrammetry, topographic surveys and more.
Our drone roof survey services provide you with a clear view of your roof, which help you to plan your routine maintenance. We follow a highly accurate, non-disruptive and minimal risk process to provide you with accurate data.
EPE Partners uses laser scanning, photogrammetry software, and aerial photogrammetry techniques to carry out drone 3D surveys.
Our drone site survey professionals leverage high-resolution thermal cameras to perform asset inspection and analysis of solar panels, chimneys, transmission lines and towers, flare stacks and turbines.
We can help you monitor various projects including highways, roads, railways, industrial corporations and more. We then create geotagged videos with volumetric calculations.
If you already have drone data, then we are equipped to process that data and provide you with clear and accurate output formats such as contours, Digital Terrain Models, point cloud processing, orthophoto and 3D model.
We convert drone images of the areas inspected into digital surface models, in which each pixel specifies the 2D information of the region examined.
Our drone land survey services provide you with contour maps, which are accurate and make it easy to understand the surfaces captured by drones.
If you already have data captured from drone mapping surveys, then we can help you to use that data and reproduce textured 3D mesh. This highlights the vertices, edges, texture and faces of the captured data, which is critical for inspections.