Using UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle or drone) technology, we can survey larger areas of land and access areas of steep terrain or hazardous environment.
UAV technology has developed rapidly within the last few years, fast becoming seen as a cost-effective method of quickly and accurately surveying and mapping landforms and watercourses. Data can be extracted from the images gathered to create surface contours, digital terrain models, or structure or feature details as required.
Aerial Surveying application include:
"A significant factor that has contributed to the success of the BikeNZ programme is the support of local Cambridge businesses such as Cogswell Surveys Ltd. BikeNZ and the National Track Cycling team would like to thank you for the track survey you performed. This information will be critical as we work to find even the smallest gains towards future success."
Head Sport Science