Robot operations

We use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and submarine remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to aid in conservation.
We have expertise in using these systems to conduct ecological surveys in inaccessible locations, obtain high-quality
landscape mapping imagery and conduct overwatch during wildlife management interventions.
We ensure that these systems are used appropriately, safely and legally.

 

Aerial photography and videography

We create  very high-resolution maps of small areas of land using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). These maps can be used to identify tree species, assess carbon sequestration potential and monitor plant health among many other functions, making our UAV services invaluable for any land-management operations. We also use UAVs to provide real-time overwatch and surveillance functions, providing decision makers with an eye in the sky as they manage field operations.

Aerial photography of a wildlife sanctuary in the Western Ghats

 

submarine photography and videography

We can deploy a fleet of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) for projects in both freshwater and marine environments. Our ROVs collect temperature and pressure data while live-streaming video back to the surface, and can also be configured to carry payloads that allow them to collect water samples at specific depths. We can also apply photogrammetry techniques on the imagery to create high-quality maps and 3D models of submarine surfaces.

 A still image captured from one of our ROVs during a deployment in the Arabian Sea.

A still image captured from one of our ROVs during a deployment in the Arabian Sea.

 

Landscape mapping

 

3D models