Aerial Surveying

Topographical Surveys | Elevation Models | 3D Models

Volumetric Calculations | 2D Orthomosaics

“The experience with Skyfly was a positive one and the data collected extremely useful and an effective alternative to conventional LIDAR.”

Oliver Monk – Solihull Council – Highways Division

Photogrammetry and Topographical Data using our advanced systems.

We use a variety of both fixed wing and multi-rotor aircraft to capture data. Both drones have their advantages and it mainly depends on what size area you are looking to collect data for. For structures, we use multi-rotor platforms to capture more oblique images which would not be possible from a fixed wing drone. For large survey areas, we use fixed wing areas as they capture the data faster and with greater endurance.

Just some of our recent case studies..

Meriden Flood Survey

Solihull Council

Lidl Roof Survey

Facilities Management Company

Quarry Volumetric Survey

Cape Civils Ltd

Special License

Skyfly have a special operating safety case (OSC) from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

Insured

We operate with £10 million Public Liability Insurance which can be increased upon request.

Quick Deployment

We operate frequently on last minute notice with our drone operators based around the UK available at short notice.

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Why choose Skyfly Specialist Surveys?

Just some our benefits…
Sensor Flexibility

We have a wide range of sensors for a variety of different applications. If you require standard photo survey or promotional images, we can provide you with both large DSLR platforms and zoom cameras. If you require a thermal drone survey, we have a number of thermal sensors that we can use on our aircraft.

Special Operating License

Skyfly have a special operating safety case (OSC) from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) which enables us to operate in congested areas within 15m of any person, vessel or vehicle not in our control. This has been awarded as we are able to prove how we can operate safely with these reduced distances.

Multiple Teams

We have the capacity to undertake large contracts with a large number of pilots based across the country ready to be dispatched. This also enables us to remain cost competitive across the UK. We are also deployable across Europe and beyond. License requirements vary for each country.

Drone Technology

Using state of the art software and our fully programmable fixed wing drones, we are able to accurately scan and map areas of several square kilometres with ease. This can be done with little setup time and fast turnaround from data collection to data processing.

Credentials

We have worked in a variety of different locations, climates and countries working with some of the largest companies in the world. Our experience enables us to overcome challenges and barriers that enable us to come up with new and innovate solutions to our clients problems.

Processing and Data Outputs

Skyfly use state of the art photogrammetric, GIS and 3D CAD software to form centimetre accurate computer models of the topography. All our data is exportable into almost any 3D CAD software as we have standardised all our outputs to fall in line with existing data.

Whilst the majority of the construction industry continue to use ground level photography and static cameras on cranes, Michael and his team have provided us with a USP through the use of their drones and aviation equipment.

Dean HockleyCarey London Ltd

We pride ourselves in finding new and innovative ways to capture and process our drone data. We are constantly updating the equipment and systems to ensure we as a drone operator, are providing our clients with the best possible service. Drones as a surveying tool are extremely effective and efficient in comparison to traditional surveying techniques. This is why Skyfly is constantly challenging existing suppliers and competing with them and winning big contracts.

Our operating limitations are set depending on the job required. We can operate with our standard permissions which are set to 30m at take-off and 50m during flight, or we can utilise our operating safety case which allows us to reduce those distances to 15m at take-off. This reduced distance is because we have proven to the CAA that we can operate safely from these distances and we have input the procedures to operate our drone safely with this extraordinary license.