Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Services
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a geospatial representation of a project site and its environmental data is worth millions. Digital cartography is critical for presenting environmental data to agencies and stakeholders. ECORP’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Services simplify site data acquisition for remote or fragile areas, and can be provided on-demand following human or natural events.
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When to Use Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Services?
UAS services are invaluable in any situation where collecting recent, relevant, and highly detailed site data and video supports assessing and cataloging site conditions. UAS services allow ECORP to collect site data in a degree of detail previously impossible. The volume and accuracy of your site’s data are critical when compiling, analyzing, and presenting environmental data, and explains why UAS services are becoming a must-have component for all our services.
Benefits of an aerial vantage point include:
UAS Services Advantages
ECORP flies its own FAA 107 compliant drones, flown by our own FAA 107 Certified pilots with all required insurance. Flying our own drones enables us to be exceptionally responsive, an ideal capability following natural and other unplanned events.
UAS data collection has several advantages over other competing aerial data collection methods, including:
UAS services are ideal for cost-effectiveness, flexibility, level of detail, and currency of data.
Monitoring of Sediment Removal from Devil’s Gate Dam Reservoir on October 23, 2020.
Monitoring of Revegetation and Site Restoration on November 2, 2021.
Our UAS data collection services complement other ECORP services, including wetlands and waters assessment and delineation, threatened, endangered, and special-status species surveys, cultural resource surveys, HABS/HARE, and threatened and endangered species permitting.
We offer an expansive menu of UAS services to meet your project’s needs, including:
Turn to ECORP for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Services
Our exceptional staff, unmatched knowledge of regulations and processes and professional working relationships with Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies make us the best choice for your project. You can be sure that ECORP’s unmanned aerial systems (UAS) services will be a vital contributor to your project’s success.
Contact ECORP today to discuss your project and learn more about our Unmanned Aerial Systems Services.