Come fly with me
Drones are fast becoming a common part of the surveyor's tool kit. So, what does it take to fly one? We sent novice pilot Evan Owen-Powell MRICS to find out.
16 MAY 2019
This insight paper is designed to address the complexities and varied uses of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or unmanned aerial systems (UASs) and underline the importance of adhering to national and regional legislation.
The rapid development of drones has led to a significant increase in their use for surveying applications, including mapping, building surveying and land and agriculture management. Businesses are increasingly assessing the potential impact drone technology can have on their professional practice and speculating on how they can develop their own drone strategies.
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The insight also contains extensive references, a glossary and a further reading list and is essential reading for all professionals thinking of using, employing or integrating drone-derived imagery and data into their workflow.