Photographs From An Elevated Position Aerial photography involves capturing photographs by using airborne cameras. In other words, it involves taking the photographs of the ground from a direct down position or elevated position. In this photography, the camera is not supported by any ground-based structure. In general, aerial photography is the method of taking pictures with a ‘bird’s eye’ view of the ground below from an airplane, or from a satellite or rocket and it … Continue reading Want To Take Photographs From An Elevated Position? Use This Photography!
Industrial inspection is usually undertaken to ensure the reliability of structures or machinery. For inspecting huge structures it becomes costly, time consuming as well as risky for the managements. Aerial inspection provides the solution by using drone or an UAV, which is not only economic and efficient, but are also saving lives by replacing the risky practices. Plenty of old dangerous bridges and buildings, lightning strikes on wind turbine blades, cracks on solar panels, … Continue reading Drones are reforming the Inspection World
What are Contour lines? Contour lines are generated by connecting all the points of similar elevation together. These lines are drawn on a plan of a particular terrain to understand the nature of surface, identify cut fill volume, study water flow characteristics, estimate valley depth and steepness. Contour lines form a smooth curve of same elevation points. Contour lines are also called as isohypse, isoline, isopleth, or isarithm. Contour maps are generated of Hill Ranges, Valleys, … Continue reading Contour lines generated using Aerial Drone Survey