How We Deliver
Engineer Design Level Maps
DAS Geospatial co-owns success with our clients to ensure accurate, efficient, and cost-effective projects. Through this tight partnership, we will work together to identify the right tools for the job – aerial mapping, LIDAR, orthophotography – and the best aerial platform, including fixed, rotary, or UAS.
DAS Geospatial determines what airspace restrictions, if any, must be accounted for and addressed. The intended terrain or site to be flown is analyzed in order to establish the most efficient flight procedure.
Details of the flight operation are set in our mission planner application, including take-off and landing sites, weather conditions, flight height, number of flight lines, image overlap, etc.
UAS Data Acquisition
If the project requires unmanned aerial system (UAS) operations, the flight plan is uploaded to the UAS or multiple drones (sUAS), which automatically execute the pre-defined flight path to acquire specified imagery and data.
Physically marked fixed locations, or ground control points (GCP), greatly improve the geometric accuracy of images, enabling DAS Geospatial to accurately scale the project in all three axes and provide 3D measurements to our clients.
What sets DAS Geospatial apart is our commitment to delivering engineer design level maps. There simply is no substitute for the accuracy and customization that comes with expert manual processing leveraging photogrammetric software and hardened techniques for automating manual and repeatable steps.
DAS Geospatial processes and prepares data to meet your specific project requirements. We can deliver digital assets that include DSMs, point clouds, high-resolution video and still imagery, orthophotography, and other specialty data types in industry-standard formats.