The Recon team offers significant experience in the fields of surveying, airborne LiDAR, aerial mapping, inspection and terrestrial 3D scanning. Our solutions include the latest tech, game-changing drone LiDAR technology and millimetre-accurate 3D scanning equipment, combined with rapid post-processing and outputs of usable deliverables.
Recon's survey consultants are trained and experienced in construction and civil surveying. This means Recon can be your surveying partner from a project‘s conception right through to set out and as-built.
Highly accurate, portable and robust 3D laser scanning technology is an efficient alternative to traditional survey capture where a large amount of detail is required.
Recon are professionals in the capture and preparation of UAV and helicopter-based aerial mapping data. Their experience includes mapping a wide variety of landscapes and physical structures, offering decades of experience and utilising fast, cost-effective data capture technology.
Airborne laser scanning offers the ability to map the ground hidden by vegetation, whether it be forest, scrub or long grass. Laser pulses find gaps through to the ground and returns accurate data for the creation of digital terrain models and contours.
Recon provides ground and air inspection services. Utilising a drone, or UAV, enables the client to get up close to their assets safely and economically.
Recon staff come from a
variety of backgrounds, from surveying and aerial mapping, to manufacturing and
3D design. Recon has worked across many industries including construction, transport, local government, utilities, environmental, heritage, forestry and land development.
Recon’s UAV fleet is operated by trained pilots with significant flying and data collection experience. Our team operate a fleet of advanced UAVs and ensure the quick dissemination of data to clients.
Recon has prepared a number of case studies covering 3D laser scanning and drone applications from their experience across an array of interesting projects. From stockpile volumes, topographic surveys through to modelling power pylons via LiDAR.