Drones

A ready to react network of specialist drone operators

A truly international partner network of specialist drone operators, all working to agreed standard operating procedures and service level agreements, ensuring that imagery is acquired rapidly and to a high quality, wherever and whenever these services are activated.

The Service

Drone flights can be rapidly commissioned to acquire imagery in many countries, with the output ready to view in a spatial context through the VIP platform.

All operators are fully qualified according to CAA (or equivalent in-country) regulations.

Drone imagery captured by FIREFLY

Client Benefits

  • Rapid deployment
  • Very high-resolution imagery
  • Flexible data capture options – for example can collect data beneath cloud-cover
  • Wide international coverage
  • Very cost effective

Related INSIGHTS

CAT Response

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On August 4th 2020 a vast mushroom cloud hung over the city of Beirut, created by a colossal explosion in the city’s port. With nearly 200 people dead, and over 6,000 injured, this has now been classified as one of the largest non-nuclear blasts in history, caused by 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stored unsafely in a dock-side warehouse.

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Drone

GEOSPATIAL INSIGHT INVESTS IN LEADING COMMERCIAL DRONE COMPANY – FIREFLY AI

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Case Studies

STORM EVA – UK FLOODS

Between Storms Desmond, Eva and Frank, the month of December 2015 was Britain’s wettest in history. Additional records for peak river flow and heaviest single-day rainfall were also endured. The resultant flooding caused damages of an estimated £5 billion and subjected the weary residents of Northern England to dozens of flood warnings and road closures.

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