Aerial Surveying and Mapping - An Avian Case Study
Surveying larger land areas can take days using traditional surveying methods as the surveyor must walk around the entire site area and take many observations or points to then draft into a survey plan of the entire site. This also achieves levels in a grid pattern called spot levels and may not take into account areas that were inaccessible on foot. When dealing with land parcels over 10ha this will take days to obtain these site measurements and at a higher level of risk to staff and disruption to site operations.
In partnering with construction aggregate suppliers, Avian Australia is able to conduct aerial surveying to deliver accurate terrain mapping in a significantly shorter timeframe and with less risk or disruption to site operations.
Avian Australia reduces the risk and time required on site by acquiring the necessary data in a day. This is achieved without our surveyors manually walking the entire site as we strategically place our survey control in areas that are safely accessible and not obstructing any site operations.
Avian Australia, is a leading multidisciplinary surveying, imaging and visualisation company servicing architecture, engineering and construction sectors. We deliver quality assured, digital data and visualisations on real-world environments including assets, sites, terrain and buildings.
“Avian Australia reduces the risk and time required on site by acquiring the necessary data in a day. This is achieved without our surveyors manually walking the entire site as we strategically place our survey control in areas that are safely accessible and not obstructing any site operations.”
In this example we review the benefits of using Avian Australia for aerial surveying and mapping of a 83ha site area.
n partnering with Avian Australia, quarries and construction aggregates suppliers are able to confidently rely on our surveying and volume calculations to assist with stock visibility and improve financial management.
- The terrain can be accurately measured without the need to traverse the entire site area. This reduces time and risk of walking the entire property to conduct the surveying.
- No disruption to daily site operations.
- Client receives site contours and elevation maps for topographical information.
- Site maps provide the current site status and a comprehensive view of the entire site area (83 hectares).
- Reporting provides accurate volumetric calculations of specific areas to inform budget management and revenue forecasting.