FIELD RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION
Whether you are investigating habitat recovery or loss, watercourse variability, peatland or shoreline erosion, or anything else, you can utilise drones to help plan your conservation and management activities and understand the contextual factors affecting your area of interest.
We can also use our technology to provide numerical estimates of animal or vegetation prevalance in an area, or measure air quality at a particular site.
USE CASE - PEAT BOG CONSERVATION
Peat bogs are worth saving. They are a specific type of naturally formed environment dominated by acidic partially decomposed peat 'soil' and acid tolerant vegetation - notably mosses. Ideally, these bogs are very wet places. Over time, humans have plouged the surface of bogs to reclaim the land, typically grazing or silvicuture. Ploughing the bogs has the effect of increasing standing water outflow - drying them out....
USE CASE - WATERCOURSE FLOODING ASSESSMENTS
Idenitifed, recorded, communicated. UAVs are a great way to react instantly to heavy rainfall. In a matter of minutes, large tracts of watercourses can be reviewed and potential breach locations made known.
LandScan UK prioritise public safety issues when we recieve calls, so we can be sure to react quickly and safely. We are happy to work with municipal partners to ensure an always available, active response.