UAV surveying now also by quadrocopter
UAV surveying saves time and money and its use is varied. We can now survey small and medium-sized projects such as construction sites within the shortest time. The acquired imagery is suitable, amongst others, for products such as terrain and building models. Images at a wide range of resolutions and georeferenced orthophotos may also be produced. The tiltable camera mount allows for vertical and oblique photos.
- High resolution aerial photos and georeferenced orthophotos of residential areas or construction sites
- Digital terrain models for project planning or volume calculations
- Building photography and 3D reconstruction or scaled and textured façade plans
- Crevice protocols
- Building documentation by photo and video
We carry out larger projects with our fixed wing drone, which is able to survey areas of up to 12km2 in the shortest time.
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BSF Swissphoto at Intergeo in Frankfurt a.M.
It’s time again: Intergeo 2018 will be opening its gates from October 16th to 18th 2018 in the new exhibition halls at the Messe Frankfurt.
24. 09. 2018
Successful project finalization in Grenada
Over the past two years, our 3D Mapping expert Mr. Stephan Landtwing supported a component of the "Carribbean Climate Resilience and Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project" on the island state of Grenada.
10. 07. 2018
Successful spring flying season!
We are looking back on a very successful spring flying season in 2018: by the end of May, 560 flight hours had been completed in 7 different countries for image and laser flights.
14. 06. 2018
Augmenting flight safety
with our airport and heliport obstacle surveys - worldwide!
05. 03. 2018
Metria and BSF Swissphoto „On Top“
BSF Swissphoto and Metria look back on 6 years of successful partnership!
01. 03. 2018
Inventories for Swiss Railway projects
BSF Swissphoto is proud that it’s surveying competence and effectiveness has been chosen for three large-scale projects by the two biggest Swiss railway companies SBB and BLS.
09. 10. 2017