Drone Surveying & Mapping Services

Our drones are equipped with high-resolution cameras and sensors that capture aerial images and topographical data, which can be used for land surveying, construction planning, agriculture monitoring, and more!

Get the Bigger Picture with Drone Surveying & Mapping Services!

Do you want to spend countless hours and resources on manual surveying and mapping projects? Look no further than drone surveying and mapping services to get the bigger picture.

With the ability to cover large areas quickly, drones provide high-resolution aerial imagery and mapping data that can be used for various industries, including construction, agriculture, and environmental monitoring.

At The Birds Eye, we offer a multitude of benefits, including increased efficiency, accuracy, and safety. By eliminating the need for manual surveying, drones can complete projects faster, saving both time and money. With advanced technology, drones can also provide highly accurate data, reducing the likelihood of errors and improving overall project outcomes.

Survey and Map Your Land with Our Drone Services!

Traditional land surveying and mapping methods can be time-consuming and inaccurate. They may require multiple visits to the site and can lead to errors in measurements or mapping.

This can cause significant delays in construction projects, disputes over property boundaries, and higher costs for your business.

Drone Surveying & Mapping Services from The Birds Eye in Colorado offer a smarter way to survey and map your land. Our drone technology allows us to capture accurate measurements and high-resolution images quickly and efficiently. With our services, you can save time, reduce costs, and get more accurate results than traditional methods. Choose The Birds Eye for the intelligent way to survey and map your land.

Industries can Benefit from Drone Surveying and Mapping Services

The process of land mapping and surveying finds wide applications in various sectors. The Birds Eye has collaborated with licensed surveying firms operating in different industries, including:


Drone mapping can help farmers monitor crop health and optimize irrigation, fertilization, and pesticide application.

Oil & Gas

Drone mapping can help farmers monitor crop health and optimize irrigation, fertilization, and pesticide application.

Conservation and Environmental

Conservation and environmental industries use drones for wildlife monitoring, habitat mapping, and illegal activity detection.

Forestry management

Forestry management can benefit from drones for mapping forest health, assessing damage from natural disasters, and planning sustainable logging.

Government Agencies

Government agencies use drones for disaster response, emergency management, border patrol, and infrastructure inspections.


In construction, drones can provide real-time site monitoring, progress tracking, and 3D modeling for better planning and project management.


In construction, drones can provide real-time site monitoring, progress tracking, and 3D modeling for better planning and project management.

Real Estate

Real estate agents can use drones for high-quality aerial photography and videos, 3D modeling of properties, and creating virtual tours.

Solar Farm Maintenance

Drones can help in solar farm maintenance by providing inspections and maintenance check-ups of solar panels and infrastructure.

Land Development

Drone mapping can aid land developers in surveying land, creating 3D models, and identifying potential environmental hazards before development.

Data can Drones Capture for Surveying and Mapping

Drones can capture a variety of data for surveying and mapping purposes, including:

  • Aerial imagery
  • Topographic data
  • 3D point clouds
  • Thermal data
  • Vegetation indices
  • Digital surface models (DSMs)
  • Digital elevation models (DEMs)

Frequently Ask Questions

A: Drone surveying and mapping technology uses uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones to capture aerial imagery of a site or area. The captured data is processed to generate accurate 3D models, maps, and orthomosaics.

A: Drone surveying and mapping provide several benefits over traditional surveying methods, including faster data collection, higher accuracy, and better safety. Drones can capture high-resolution imagery of hard-to-reach areas and can be programmed to fly over specific areas repeatedly, making it easier to detect changes over time.

A: Several industries can benefit from drone surveying and mapping services, including construction, mining, agriculture, real estate, and environmental monitoring. By providing accurate and timely data, drone technology can help these industries save time and money.

A: Drones can capture various data types, including high-resolution aerial imagery, 3D models, topographical maps, thermal imagery, and multispectral imagery. The data can be processed to generate accurate measurements, volumes, and models.

A drone surveying and mapping service can provide several advantages, including cost savings, faster data collection, higher accuracy, and improved safety. Drone technology can capture data quickly and efficiently, providing valuable insights for various industries.

What Sets Us Apart

Cutting-edge Technology

Our drones are equipped with the latest technology and sensors, allowing us to capture high-quality data with precision and accuracy. This ensures that our clients receive reliable and actionable information for their projects.

Advanced Data Processing

Our advanced data processing software allows us to quickly and accurately produce accurate mapping, surveying, and 3D modeling results. As the demand for drone technology continues to grow, choosing a provider that stands out is essential.


Our team comprises experienced professionals with a deep understanding of drone technology, data processing, and mapping techniques. This expertise enables us to provide customized solutions that meet the unique needs of our clients.

High-resolution imagery

Our drones capture ultra-high-resolution imagery, providing detailed images for mapping and surveying purposes.