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- Aerologix is fast emerging as one of the best drone networks and aerial imaging solutions providers in Australia.
- Aerologix’s in-house tech features empower drone pilots to carry out drone operations successfully and ensure complete client satisfaction.
- Aeropath, AeroCAD, and AeroLive ensure maximum accuracy and efficiency of aerial missions.
Aerologix is fast emerging as one of the best drone networks and aerial imaging solutions providers in Australia. The brisk skyward growth can be attributed to some of the cutting-edge technology features developed by Aerologix which empower its drone pilots and ensure complete client satisfaction with successful aerial missions.
Driven by the mission to bridge the gap between licensed pilots and its clients’ aerial missions, Aerologix is offering a ‘uber for drones’ solution by using the latest cutting-edge technology. Its AI-powered in-house tech features allow fast project execution as well as delivery.
Let’s explore the revolutionary AI, web, and mobile technology developed by Aerologix:
Aeropath is an in-house developed automated flight navigation system designed to automate flights around complex structures. Using Aeropath, Aerologix clients can scan telecommunication assets, which reduces man-hours and ensures maximum accuracy and efficiency of the operation. All aerial data meets the highest tier of quality.
Equipped with the latest technology in Artificial Intelligence, AeroCAD is an advanced analytics software designed to build CAD models in the DXF format. With this CAD creation, Aerologix helps its clients streamline their work and maximise their time by completing one of the most challenging aspects.
Aerologix’s deep tech feature, AeroLive, allows its clients to be in the driver’s seat and experience the aerial vision that an Aerologix pilot sees in real time. It allows clients to make real-time decisions and stay connected with the Aerologix pilot via the client enterprise portal.
Orthomosaic Mapping: Aerologix has specialised mapping software that can join together several orthoimages to develop orthomosaic maps with high accuracy. This tech feature lets drone pilots collect surveyor-grade measurements of topography as well as photorealistic representations of large areas and infrastructure for clients.
Besides the aforementioned features, drone pilots can make use of specialist drone cameras for performing aerial thermography tasks. Thermal imagery measures the heat emitted from sites or objects using light to produce a digital image. It finds a significant application while conducting roof, solar and power line inspections, as well as during disaster management programs.
Despite being an application of the latest tech products, Aerologix offers fast-paced data capture and delivery at a nominal cost. It has been expanding its client base with numerous renowned infrastructure customers to provide 3D data for their telecommunication tower assets.
With Aerologix, clients stay assured of high-resolution imaging, fast turnaround times, premium delivery quality of aerial missions.
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