Frequently Asked Questions

Browse through these FAQ to find answer to commonly related question.

We sell 10cm/4in RGB TRUE ORTHOMOSAICS as a product. We can’t sell our raw collected imagery, because the raw image format is proprietary and requires further processing.

We have done testing for prototype projects. We don’t offer it as a standard product but if you have something in mind, let’s talk.

We will be within 3 feet of ground accuracy, but we expect to be even better than that. We’re conducting 3rd party accuracy tests and will have a report outlining our true accuracy.

Typically, we say within two weeks. We can prioritize based on your urgency, and turnaround as soon as three days, but it depends on project size and our availability.

We collect on average 100 square miles per day, but this depends on many factors like the season, weather, and geographic area.

We typically collect imagery in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico, with the hopes of offering standardized imagery capabilities in other geographic regions soon. We have flown our aircraft to other areas, so if you have a project outside of these states, we’d be happy to discuss it further.

We have an internal SLO (Service Level Objective) of less than 5 business days.

Yes, we do. We control the aerial imagery process from beginning to end.

Yes, we control the imagery process from order to delivery.

It depends on the job, anywhere from 3,000 feet to 8,000 feet.

We use high-wing Cessna aircraft.

We use a proprietary camera built by Panasonic that is typically used for industrial inspection.

It’s in our product roadmap and we are exploring the various ways to build a great product that would be able to detect leaks. Download our use cases document here.

If you don’t see your project idea on that document, please reach out.

It’s in our product roadmap and we are exploring the various ways to build a great product that solves this problem. Check out our use cases page here.

There are two main ways to get your imagery. Either a downloadable link, where the image would live on your computer, or a streaming link, where your imagery would be hosted on our servers and you would have access to it. We will have a blog coming soon diving deeper into this, but feel free to reach out to if you have more specific questions in the meantime.

Drones have limitations that aircraft don’t have. Some states limit drones to line of sight, making drone imagery more costly and time consuming.

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