Drone Tech: Providing a Helping Hand to E&P Operators
Drone technology has emerged as a valuable tool for oil and gas operators to manage their worksites and improve their ESG performance.
As originally published on Hart Energy, by Madison Ratcliff
Eye-bot and VEERUM Team to Deliver a Comprehensive 3D Visualization of Critical Assets in Oil & Gas
Pittsburgh, PA - August 31, 2021 - Eye-bot Aerial Solutions (Eye-bot) & VEERUM recently announced a Premier Partnership to deliver access to the most comprehensive advanced 3D datasets in the Oil and Gas, Construction, and Infrastructure sectors. Combining...
Op-Ed Regarding General Assembly of PA House Bill No. 609
RE: General Assembly of PA – HOUSE BILL No. 609 DATE: May 24, 2021 BY: J. Todd Henwood, PLS It has come to my attention that there is a growing concern from my GIS and drone mapping colleagues in the mapping industry regarding Pennsylvania House Bill No. 609....
Webinar | Advantages of Drone Photogrammetry Over Conventional Surveying From Eye-bot Aerial Solutions
In a recent webinar with Virtuosity, a Bentley Company, Eye-bot discusses the advantages of drone photogrammetry over conventional surveying. Dakota Campbell, Geospatial Analyst at Eye-bot Aerial Solutions presented how Eye-bot successfully generated topographic and CAD deliverables with survey-grade accuracy of an unsafe and inaccessible embankment.
Millions of Data Points Creating Greater Accuracy
Eye-Bot demonstrates how the use of technology and survey-grade data deliverables provided NewFields, an environmental, engineering, and construction management firm, with the information they needed to calculate approximately seventy-five individual containment volumes.
Utilizing Eye-bot’s advanced proprietary acquisition methods and data processing, analysis was performed using millions of data points versus conventional survey methods where only a minimum number of points was collected within each designated area.
When Conventional Field Surveys Are Not Feasible
At times, conventional field surveys of these unstable slopes are not safe or simply inaccessible due to site conditions. In this case study, we examine how Eye-bot deployed their advanced data acquisition technologies to prepare an existing-condition topographic survey CAD deliverable with survey-grade accuracy of a failed embankment that had these exact characteristics (unsafe, inaccessible).