There is no better way to conduct your visual survey, animal population counts, soil drainage analysis, ROW inspections, pipeline and transmission line inspections, and geographical surveys in North Carolina. GeoHeli helicopter surveying includes a variety of methods to gather data using aerial photography, remote-sensing via visible and invisible bands of electromagnetic energy, as well as geophysical information. Our experienced pilots have been providing highly detailed surveys to industry leaders, for years, ensuring that you're in the best of hands. GeoHeli in North Carolina use many of the highest quality equipment like some examples shown in the images below.
Light Detection and Ranging, or LiDAR, is a remote sensing method used to examine and measure North Carolina topography as well as objects, like vegetation, upon it.
Using thermographic IR cameras, we are used to detect radiation in the long-infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum and produce images of that radiation, called thermograms.
We use th most up-to-date HD and 4K cameras can be mounted to helicopters, using the proper STCs, with a gimbal to stabilize photos & videos for detailed results.