New England Avionics Geographic Information System Services
What is QGIS?
In general, QGIS is a geographic information system (GIS) software that integrates, stores, edits, analyzes, shares, and displays geographic information. QGIS applications has tools that allow users to create interactive queries (user-created searches), analyze spatial information, edit data in maps, and present the results of all these operations. Geographic information science is the science underlying geographic concepts, applications, and systems.
All our survey data we capture is uploaded and compiled and stored on our private Sydney, Amazon AWS Cloud Network running Open Drone Map and QGIS Software.
New England Avionics offer QGIS SaaS (Software as a Service) for those clients that do not have access to a GIS or drafting software, We can develop onsite or offsite GIS platforms to interrogate, print and view our mapping products. Having a QGIS online allows it to be viewed anywhere in the world on mobile or desktop devices and shared between colleagues, while not requiring specialised software or hardware.
What data can be stored in QGIS?
We offer Aerial and Land Mapping services using RPAS and Emlid RTK GPS Land base equipment to survey, private, company facilities or private, council and government land and we also specialise in wide range of environmental surveying.
What is QGIS Web-client?
It turns your QGIS project into Web GIS application with tools to view, navigate, search and print your data.
The map view can be panned, shifting the focus of the map display to another region, and it can be zoomed in and out. Various other operations can be performed as well.
How accurate are our Aerial Surveys?
WE USE PHOTOGRAMMETRY, ORTHOMOSAIC, DIGITAL TERRAN MODELING, DIGITAL SURFACE MODELING AND POINTCLOUDS TECHNOLOGY METHODS.
Orthomosaic resolution varies from project to project, but typically is 3.5cm per pixel.Which is good enough to see even the smallest objects on the ground. 3D terrain models (e.g. DSM, DTM and pointclouds) are standard end products of the photogrammetric process can be used to create contours, volumetric calculations, etc.
The accuracy of the 3D data is generally around 8 cm laterally and 10 cm vertical. All outputs are fully geo-referenced and ortho-rectified, meaning measurements and calculations can be taken directly from them. This can be anything from basic distance and area calculations, stockpile volume analysis, sight lines or measuring the grade of a surface for road planning or water runoff.