Aerial survey

Digital map of hard-to-reach areas of Antarctica created with Geoscan UAVs

18 February 2022

Digital map of hard-to-reach areas of Antarctica created with Geoscan UAVs

At the end of last year, a Geoscan pilot as part of Russian Antarctic Expedition (RAE) embarked for the South Pole. The purpose of the trip is aerial photography to obtain cartographic materials of hard-to-reach areas of the glacier and the study of the albedo of various types of snow-ice surfaces.

3D model of the Citadel of Damascus is ready

22 February 2021

3D model of the Citadel of Damascus is ready

Geoscan Group and experts from the Institute of History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IIMK RAS) have completed a 3D model of the Citadel of Damascus.

Results of Geoscan Gemini tests amid the magnetic anomalies of Severstal’s open pits

6 August 2020

Results of Geoscan Gemini tests amid the magnetic anomalies of Severstal’s open pits

Aerial photography obtained via the UAVs rapidly replaces conventional geological exploration on foot. This is a convenient way allowing to obtain significantly more data in less time.

The UAVs can be widely used during the mining operations. The drones are used to collect data for mineral output calculation and preparation of the corresponding aerial maps, mining management under conditions when hand labor is replaced by machinery within the framework of the hazardous and monotonous operations.

Geoscan will perform aerial survey of the Banja Luka city

23 April 2018

Geoscan will perform aerial survey of the Banja Luka city

Geoscan will perform aerial survey and 3D model creation of the Banja Luka city for the administration.
Joint business mission of Geoscan and RUSSOFT in India

12 April 2018

Joint business mission of Geoscan and RUSSOFT in India

Geoscan together with RUSSOFT organization took part in a collaborative meeting in India.