HGA’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) solutions deliver hands-off piloting visualization from takeoff to landing, delivering highly precise points to use for design, calculations, and certifications from one short flight. Our Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) solutions are more flexible and cost-effective than piloted aircraft since they can be deployed repeatedly, rapidly and at reduced costs.
The HGA UAS team has the skills and capabilities to deploy our unmanned vehicle, anytime, from any location for your project. We have an in-house specialist with a Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) License obtained from the FAA, and multiple staff trained as pilots and visual observers. The onboard flight computer system uses a variety of sensors to deliver a hands-off, autonomous piloting experience from takeoff to landing, and can cover hundreds of acres in minutes. Our high-resolution camera sensors capture hundreds of images in the locations necessary to generate high-density 3D point cloud models and with the use of GPS collected ground control, these point clouds will be within survey grade accuracy tolerance. Real-time flight and data collection information is streamed to the ground station from all aircraft utilizing onboard telemetry radios. Using reliable, customized UAVs, we can vastly reduce the time spent collecting accurate data, resulting in more accurate project plans, models and operations.
HGA’s UAS solutions will assist in the planning and design of any project, including construction sites, route development, infrastructure inspection and environmental studies. Your project will benefit from our advanced technologies and software for planning, design, and layout operations, all of which help you reduce collection/inspection time, for faster analysis and monitoring.
Unmanned flights can survey your projects in hours, instead of days, so projects can be completed faster and more cost-efficiently.
Our applications are:
- Aerial orthographic imagery
- Topographic surveys
- Site and infrastructure inspections
- Construction progress monitoring
- 3D modeling and asset measurement
- Volumetric calculations
- ROW inspections/class studies
- Route development
- Emergency management
- Environmental studies