Drone Scotland continue partnership with Uddingston Hockey Club
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by Michele Aaen
9M ago
Drone Scotland are delighted to announce we will be continuing our partnership with Uddingston Hockey Club in 2023-2024. In August 2022 we launched the Drone Scotland In-schools hockey programme – an initiative to help get kids active by introducing primary school children to Hockey.Through our partnership we reached over 2000 local school children in South Lanarkshire. The initiative helped paid for 2 full-time hockey coaches to attend local primary schools and provide hockey coaching. The coaches also provided training to Teachers to allow them to continue to support the children. But the mo ..read more
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Drone Scotland – Celebrating 6 years in business
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by Michele Aaen
1y ago
Drone Scotland – Lanarkshire Business Awards 2020 This week we celebrate 6 years in business. It might not sound like a long time but 6 years in a tech business is long. So what changes have we seen over this period? How do we think the industry will shape in the next 6 years? What will drones look like in 2029? How it started People always ask us how we got into the Drone business? Whilst tempted with clever answers such as being brilliant economic forecasters etc, the truth is we bought a small drone with the intention of taking aerial photographs as a side Hussle. We borrowed £5K from our o ..read more
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How Drones help prevent conflict in construction
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by Michele Aaen
1y ago
DJI M300 flight – Drone Scotland, Most organisations don’t publicly discuss conflict they have on projects. Yet, conflicts are an inherent part of the project lifecycle be it a minor verbal matter or large scale litigation. These disagreements aren’t published on linkedin, facebook or on any promotional material. Conflict can occur between the contractor, the client, the sub-contractor. the supplier and even third parties not directly involved in the project. We know this because one of the biggest use cases for the intelligence we provide is to help prevent, manage and resolve conflict. Visua ..read more
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LiDAR Survey – Forestry
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by bjornaaen
1y ago
Forrest canopy We were recently asked to provide an aerial LiDAR survey of a 25,000m² area of dense forestry. The purpose of the LiDAR survey was to create a digital terrain model, of the land beneath the canopy, accurate to ordnance survey. The project provided an excellent opportunity for us to run some tests on data output when flying the LiDAR sensor at various heights. Methodology We deployed one of our M300 RTK drones and equipped it with our Zenmuse L1 sensor. The RTK module was connected to the NTRIP service and the flight path planned. Rather than use the accepted overlap settings for ..read more
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Time lapse camera services at Drone Scotland
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by Michele Aaen
1y ago
Image – Enlapse Tikee 3 Pro+ Despite being well known for our work in the Drone Sector, many people are still unaware Drone Scotland also offer high quality time lapse camera solutions. Our time lapse cameras can be rented out to document construction progress, capture events and other commercial projects. Our rental period ranges from one day to several years and our offering includes 6K and 16 megapixel options as standard. Time lapse camera projects Our most recent time lapse camera project was to document construction progress at Buchanan Wharf, Glasgow. The 6K timelapse camera was station ..read more
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Recruitment
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by admin
2y ago
Founded in 2017, Drone Scotland Limited is a rapidly growing family run business. Based in Uddingston, we provide ground and aerial services across the UK. We are privileged to work with many of the leading construction companies of which many rely on Drone Scotland, solely, for their data. Due to continued growth, we are actively looking to employ an additional team member. Remote Pilot/Surveyor Working as part of a small dynamic team, the role will be very varied. You will primarily be involved in: Operating a range of drones and accessories to capture survey grade topo ..read more
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The future of Drones in construction – surveys
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by Michele Aaen
2y ago
Drone survey – Drone Scotland, January 2022 Drone Surveys, Aerial surveys, UAS surveys or UAV surveys? Whatever terminology you use, it’s fair to say the use of drones in construction is growing fast. 8 years ago drones were deployed for pretty pictures and videos. In 2022 Drones are supplying integral data to the sector at each stage of the project. These including data collection, topographic surveying and 3d models. In this blog we explore some of the applications of drones in construction in 2022. From pretty pictures to UAV survey-grade data We’ve been supplying uav data to the constructi ..read more
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Using drones and photogrammetry in Housebuilding
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by bjornaaen
2y ago
drones and photogrammetry At Drone Scotland we’ve been working with housebuilders for over 4 years. We’ve flown 100’s of flights across new build housing developments. Housebuilders engage our services from site concept through to completion. We work closely with teams at different stages of developments including Land buying, Technical, Production, Commercial and Sales & Marketing. Using aerial photogrammetry we provide drone surveys from the land buying stage through to site completion and infrastructure handover. In between, we support planning, site design, site redesign, progress ..read more
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Using drones and photogrammetry in Housebuilding
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by admin
2y ago
drones and photogrammetry At Drone Scotland we’ve been working with housebuilders for over 4 years. We’ve flown 100’s of flights across new build housing developments. Housebuilders engage our services from site concept through to completion. We work closely with teams at different stages of developments including Land buying, Technical, Production, Commercial and Sales & Marketing. Using aerial photogrammetry we provide drone surveys from the land buying stage through to site completion and infrastructure handover. In between, we support planning, site design, site redesign, progress ..read more
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How Drones are helping housebuilders reduce their carbon footprint
Drone Scotland Blog | Scotland's Leading Drone Company
by bjornaaen
2y ago
Drone Scotland – Image – Housebuilding COP26 has just finished in Glasgow. World leaders and delegates from over 180 nations have been working to identify how the 1.5C target can be achieved. It is anticipated that further policies will be introduced to help make the goal a reality. This will impact how we all live and how businesses operate. Green technology is going to play a critical role in reducing our carbon footprint. The pressure is already on us all to find new ways to be productive whilst reducing carbon emissions. We will explore how the housebuilding sector is utilising drone techn ..read more
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