ADAcq utilise the latest cutting edge technology like Lidar, Thermal, Multi-spectral, Hyper-spectral and High Resolution Imaging. We custom design solutions to meet the needs of any client and pride ourselves on providing the highest quality data at a cost effective price.
ADAcq’s Aerial Lidar systems capture topography, inspect utility installations and construction sites, map disaster areas, conduct research for urban development, and more. Our Aerial Lidar systems are survey grade cm-level accurate combined with an ultra high definition 42mp camera providing both colorised point clouds and incredible photogrammetry. If you are looking for Aerial Lidar in Australia then give us a call.
According to ArcGIS “Lidar provides a wealth of information for various applications and offers several advantages over traditional methods for aerial mapping. Lidar is changing the paradigm of terrain mapping and gaining popularity in many applications such as forest inventory, floodplain mapping, hydrology, geomorphology, urban planning, landscape ecology, coastal engineering, survey assessments, and volumetric calculations. All these applications can take advantage of combining lidar and GIS to conduct analysis and manage, visualize, and disseminate lidar data.
A few key advantages of lidar include the following:
- Data can be collected quickly with very high accuracy.
- Surface data has a higher sample density. The high sample density improves results for certain applications such as floodplain delineation.
- Collect elevation data in a dense forest, where photogrammetry fails to reveal the accurate terrain surface due to dense canopy cover.
- Lidar uses an active illumination sensor and can be collected day or night when compared to traditional photogrammetric techniques.
- Lidar does not have any geometric distortions like a side-looking radar.
- Lidar can be integrated with other data sources.”
Our staff at ADAcq are trained on the latest software and all of our pilots are highly trained and fully licensed. We work closely with CASA and professionals in several industries to ensure ADAcq provides you with safe and professional service.
RPA’s (remotely piloted aircraft) is quickly becoming one of the largest growing sectors in Australian business. ADAcq’s stable of aircraft is capable of performing many tasks from asset inspection right through to inspecting crops with thermal imaging. It won’t be long before drones are doing everything from walking your dog to delivering your daily groceries.
ADAcq’s drones are also fitted with FLIR thermal imaging cameras. Thermal imaging can be used in search and rescue to find missing people or scan a property looking for feral pest and livestock. Another new and exciting use for drone-mounted thermal cameras is scanning crops looking for water stress. Just like you and me when a plant starts to stress one of the first symptoms is a rise in surface temperature. ADAcq’s cutting edge thermal cameras can see this change and alert the farmer to the area of concern. Building inspections can be performed looking for heat loss and water leaks. Asset inspection has benefited greatly through innovative techniques like inspecting roads looking for underground pipe leaks and bridge inspections looking for delamination’s in the concrete before safety becomes a concern.