Photogrammetry is the art and science of making accurate measurements by means of aerial photography:
Analog photogrammetry (using films: hard-copy photos), Digital photogrammetry (digital images), Aerial photographs were the first form of remote sensing imagery. Regardless of whether we’re providing cutting-edge remote sensing services with our advanced, multi-spectral systems or simple traditional color orthoimagery, the quality of our work is what sets Sens Technology apart from the competition. From our technology to our acquisition and post-processing methods, our team of operators, technicians and project managers focuses on how we can consistently deliver a product we are proud to stand behind. We tailor our approach to meet your specific needs because we know every project is unique.
Preserve the past, for the future.Our heritage is held in trust for future generations and we can preserve it despite a wide range of threats. Insensitive development, neglect, climate change or even deliberate destruction – these are all part of our modern world. Thanks to drones technology and our innovative response, we can record our ancient world, keeping it alive for generations to come.
Digital preservation aims to preserve the priceless and help researchers. Advanced software techniques allow us to digitally preserve archaeological findings in a 3D model with such high resolution that they can be used in education and further research.
Non-invasive archaeology techniques use drones technology to sensitively reveal the past, preserving the archaeological site. The disruption caused by human intervention is minimised, while the heritage is further preserved through 3D digitisation
Capturing the perfect shot or sequence is critical to success. We have one of the most diverse UAV fleet in the industry, and our cutting-edge platforms can support nearly any camera and gimbal combination. Whether you need a heavy-lifting beast for smooth, cinematic shots or a small and nimble rig for close proximity flying, we've got you covered. At the end of the day, the most important factor in realizing your creative vision is the skill of the team behind the technology, which is why our roster includes some of the most experienced pilots and camera specialists in the industry.
We are using the latest UAV's and camera stabilization systems’ crew with experience who are capable of ensuring safety, adding to original shot ideas and being creative. From chasing a bike through rugged forest terrain to capturing a bird’s-eye view of a row-boat from high above a mountain lake- visions become reality.
An Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is defined as an aircraft flown with no pilot on board. UAVs are sometimes referred to as drones and the name can be used interchangeably. Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) is also a term that is commonly used. The vehicle is controlled either autonomously or with the use of a remote control by a pilot from the ground and can carry a wide range of imaging technologies including still, video and infrared sensors. UAVs are an emerging technology with many potential applications in the civil engineering field.
In the past few years, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)/Remotely Operated Aerial Vehicles (ROVs) have become an essential part in many industries including the energy and mining sector. If your company are safety-conscious, seeking efficiency and cost-sensitive, deploying drones and analytics solutions is the perfect solution to replace traditional costly practices.