Latest

Invasive species detection using drones, big data and computer learning

Learn how astron uses senseFly UAVs to complement invasive species mapping and management, producing valuable fine-scale vegetation maps of large areas to efficiently direct ground efforts to maximum effect.

Building the future of quarry monitoring

Quarry operator Groupe CB turned to drone data analytics expert Redbird to provide accurate, cloudbased geospatial data across nine sites. This led to a major improvement in on-site safety, a five-fold reduction in survey costs, plus an increase in the depth of Groupe CB’s topographic data.

How drone tech is aiding the upkeep of Ireland's premier salmon river

Learn how a drone survey of the Ballina ‘canal stretch’ of the River Moy was used to determine the extent of pond weeds, providing data from which the surface of raised sediment could be calculated and a 3D profile of the river banks created.

Aerial Applications chooses senseFly to build a standardised, contractor-friendly drone fleet

When awarded a time-sensitive post-hurricane inspection project, Aerial Applications turned to the eBee to quickly build a fleet of easy-to-operate, data-consistent drones.

Most popular

How drones & expert analysis helped 300 French farmers to boost crop yields by 10%

OCEALIA Group has used senseFly drones and AIRINOV’s agronomy expertise since 2015 to better assess and more accurately treat its crops. The result: a 10% average increase in crop yields.

Robots to the rescue — researching how drones can help save lives

In early 2016, senseFly took part in a European Commission project, tasked with assessing the value of drones in search and rescue situations. The trials were challenging, but the results encouraging.

Using a drone to count grey seals in Canada

When Duke University researchers wanted to try counting seals with a drone, they headed to Canada with eBees and several cameras, including a thermal sensor. The project’s results confirmed how UAVs can help save time and money, and highlighted the promise of thermal imaging.

Mapping geomorphological features in the Subantarctics

Landscape mapping with drones doesn't get more challenging than flying over remote, windy islands without disturbing the birds, as one team of climate change researchers discovered…

All case studies

Invasive species detection using drones, big data and computer learning

Learn how astron uses senseFly UAVs to complement invasive species mapping and management, producing valuable fine-scale vegetation maps of large areas to efficiently direct ground efforts to maximum effect.

Building the future of quarry monitoring

Quarry operator Groupe CB turned to drone data analytics expert Redbird to provide accurate, cloudbased geospatial data across nine sites. This led to a major improvement in on-site safety, a five-fold reduction in survey costs, plus an increase in the depth of Groupe CB’s topographic data.

How drone tech is aiding the upkeep of Ireland's premier salmon river

Learn how a drone survey of the Ballina ‘canal stretch’ of the River Moy was used to determine the extent of pond weeds, providing data from which the surface of raised sediment could be calculated and a 3D profile of the river banks created.

Aerial Applications chooses senseFly to build a standardised, contractor-friendly drone fleet

When awarded a time-sensitive post-hurricane inspection project, Aerial Applications turned to the eBee to quickly build a fleet of easy-to-operate, data-consistent drones.

Using UAVs to document contaminated sites in the High Arctic

Learn how BluMetric Environmental used an eBee drone to perform environmental assessments in the Canadian territory of Nunavut.

How drones & expert analysis helped 300 French farmers to boost crop yields by 10%

OCEALIA Group has used senseFly drones and AIRINOV’s agronomy expertise since 2015 to better assess and more accurately treat its crops. The result: a 10% average increase in crop yields.

Using drones to define land tenure in Tanzania

An innovative pilot project by COSTECH and World Bank Group is using senseFly eBee drones to carry out aerial land surveys in order to issue farmers with land titles.

Precision farming with infrared sensors

Drone by Drone locally manages plots of land, paying particular attention to areas in high demand with an eBee Ag. (Spanish version)