FOR SURVEY & MAPPING
Achieve rich and accurate survey data quickly and safely. Your team can avoid traversing steep slopes, thick under growth, waterways and other hazards that put them in harms way. Deliver point clouds that will reveal a world of insight.
WHY CHOOSE HOVERMAP™
FOR SURVEY & MAPPING
Hovermap autonomous flight technology keeps your drone stable and away from obstacles. Venture into spaces that even the most experienced pilot would find challenging or impossible. Our LiDAR scanning unit penetrates vegetation for a comprehensive view of the terrain. Whether you are measuring tree growth, assessing erosion or anything in between, Emesent delivers clarity.
Improve safety and reduce risk. Keep personnel away from cliffs, brush and heights by sending a Hovermap enabled drone on an autonomous mission. Deliver insights to other teams that also help to keep them safe.
With a combination of world leading LiDAR mapping and drone autonomy, Hovermap produces reliable, accurate data which integrates seamlessly with existing workflows, to enable new analytical insights.
PRODUCTIVITY & EFFICIENCY
With Hovermap you can map creeks, dense vegetation and other inaccessible areas in minutes rather than hours. Identify environmental changes to the terrain and growth before issues become serious and expensive to rectify.
Attach Hovermap to a drone and send it on missions to collect data that has never been so accessible before. Hovermap is not only for drone use, its flexible design allows it to be used as a handheld, vehicle or backpack mounted scanner. Once you start using Hovermap you will be amazed at the places you will want to scan.
Penetrate vegetation from the sky for accurate terrain modeling using LiDAR technology. Collect and compare 3D point clouds directly without guesswork.
Fly below the canopy for amazingly accurate growth assessment. Cover large areas of new plantings without trudging miles or fear of GPS interruptions.
Inspect environmentally sensitive creeks and streams in ways that were previously impossible. Collect scans in inaccessible areas and rapidly assess changes between scans to highlight degradation, erosion and other environmental impacts.