Airborne GeoSciences supports research across multiple disciplines employing a wide range of sensors on both manned and unmanned aircraft.
Airborne GeoSciences supports a very wide range of scientific applications with a diverse inventory of sensor types and platforms.
From incredibly high resolution imagery at realtively small spatial scales, through to landscape and regional measurements, our fleet of both manned and unmanned aircraft aim to support meaurements that shed light on the natural processes that shape our world, and to provide understanding that will allow us to live sutsainably within our environment.
Our measurement capabilities currently include:
- meteorological measurements(such as temperature, humidity, pressue and 3D wind velocity)
- atmoshperic chemistrywith in-situ analysers and by grabbing bag or flask samples
- hyperspectral imaging
- multispectral imaging
- aerial photography for mapping and 3D modelling
The applications of airborne sensing are extremely diverse, but a number of the areas in which we commonly work are briefly outlined below. Please do contact usto find out more or to discuss how Airborne GeoSciences might support your research.