With the ability to rapidly cover large areas and access hard-to-reach locations, a drone survey offers a cost-effective and safe solution for a range of surveys and inspections. LandScope operates advanced drone technology to deliver high-resolution aerial survey data and photography across a number of sectors. Our Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) fleet includes both fixed-wing and multi-rotor systems which will be selected by our experienced CAA approved team depending on the survey area and objective. A single drone survey campaign allows for the creation of visualisations, volume calculations, analysis, monitoring and inspection.


We offer a comprehensive drone survey and inspection service using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s). LandScope operates in-house fixed-wing and multi-rotor UAV systems. All campaigns are designed and supervised by our CAA accredited pilots.

A drone survey enables large areas to be mapped at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional methods and are now frequently used by land surveying companies.


A drone survey rapidly covers large areas and can be combined with traditional survey methods such as mobile mapping and topographical survey to produce a comprehensive overview of your site or structure. We can deliver highly accurate topographical surveys, digital surface models (DSM), digital terrain models (DTM) and high-resolution imagery.

  • Rapid Data Capture: 200ha in approximately 2 hours of flying
  • Accurate: resolution of 30mm-120mm (depending on GCP’s)
  • Reduced Risk: access areas surveyors cannot


We have developed a bespoke solution for the inspection and visualisation of structures located in challenging or difficult to access areas. Our UAV system with a top-mounted camera captures close-range, high-resolution images and is ideally suited for the underside of bridges and dam faces. The system provides an accurate and safe alternative to extensive scaffolding, work platforms or rope access.

A drone survey can be integrated with our other services, such as underwater visualisation, to produce a compelling 3D model above and below the waterline.


  • Mapping of large-scale proposed routes including pipeline, overhead cable, and highway feasibility
  • Quarry and stockpile survey
  • Inspection of bridges, dams, and other marine infrastructure
  • River and coastal modelling
  • Flood risk assessment and modelling