Drones are still considered a reasonably unconventional choice among surveyors regarding topographical and feature surveys. Most construction companies and builders prefer the traditional method of hiring a land surveyor to walk around the property, taking measurements along the way. The trouble with this ‘boots on the ground’ approach is that it

Drone inspections are an efficient, cost-effective and safer alternative to manual inspections on buildings, roofing, bridges and towers. Plus, drone inspections can provide insights into the existing conditions that a traditional inspection could overlook. According to an article on building inspections by Houspect Victoria “Building inspections using drones eliminates most of the

At Avian Australia, our primary focus is to help engineers, building managers and architects get accurate data driven insights about their project to make informed business decisions. And one of the most common questions I get from clients is - how much does aerial surveying services cost? Contrary to popular belief, aerial