Non-invasive surveys by UAV enables us to collect some data that would not be available on site and to streamline activities usually performed on site by field technicians.
Furthermore, thanks to GIS software, our experts can cross-reference aerial pictures with field schemes and data collected by our field technicians, hence creating a bundle of raw data that can be turned into precious information or simply used to set up a readable map.
- Data analysis processes: based on project requirements a working protocol has been drafted – it aims at generating valuable results for our customers; it determines a useful area unit and the type of statistical analysis (maximum, minimum, mode, average, variance) to be calculated on the examined surface
- Plot study maps: by digitalising field schemes and subsequently superimposing them onto the produced maps the information can be divided according to individual surfaces; this approach is essential in the experimental practice because it enables the application of single elaborations on a map part, hence minimising relevant variables
- Classification and scoring maps: data is broken down into classes with a quantile approach or a uniform range approach; this results in a score associated to each of them and hence the single plots can be assessed