aerial survey


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aerial survey

[′e·rē·əl ′sər·vā]
(engineering)
A survey utilizing photographic, electronic, or other data obtained from an airborne station. Also known as aerosurvey; air survey.

aerial survey

i. The use of aerial cameras and/or other photogrammetric instruments for making maps and charts.
ii. The visual survey of the ground or an objective from the air, usually to assess damage during natural or human-made calamities.
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We also monitored each moose by aerial survey for 1 month post-capture to assess capture-related mortality.
The last aerial survey was made in 1991 but a spokesman for the county council said there had since been substantial changes in the development and use of land.
Z/I Mission is comprehensive photo flight planning software streamlining aerial survey procedures - from creating the initial flight plans to generating reports and indices for the final exposures.
New Delhi [India], July 25 ( ANI ): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will conduct an aerial survey of flood affected areas in Gujarat today.
Accompanied by federal agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh, federal minister for Communication and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, Singh conducted an aerial survey of the areas ravaged by storms for more than an hour on Friday afternoon to take stock of the situation.
We used home range and satellite imagery to interpret aerial survey results in Minnesota.
Further, the 2017 aerial survey within the Laikipia-Samburu-Marsabit ecosystem recorded 1,621 Grevy's Zebra compared to 1,897 and 2,400 Grevy's Zebra counted during 2012 and 2008 census.
She said the project includes technical analysis of aerial survey data using advanced computer programmes.
26 ( ANI ): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday undertook an aerial survey of flood-hit areas of Azamgarh and Ballia districts.
Purnea (Bihar): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday made an aerial survey of flood-hit areas of Bihar and announced Rs5 billion as immediate relief for the state besides Rs200,000 each to the kin of those who died in the deluge.
Along with the launch of the aerial survey service, the Dubai Municipality's Survey Department also highlighted the design of its "Kharetati" (My map) application -- a mobile app that allows customers to request access to land maps without having to personally visit the Dubai Municipality's offices.
Aerial Survey service which will provide drone surveys to private sector