The first aerial mercury survey with an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle: A new approach to investigate the 3D distribution of GEM in the lower atmosphere Scientists from Italy made the first real-time continuous measurement of gaseous elemental mercury (GEM) with RA-915M mounted on a drone As stated in the article, RA-915M “great sensitivity and the octocopter … Continue reading The first mercury survey with an UAV
The best of both worlds, to recreate your world! For some projects, you need drone LiDAR. For others, you need mobile mapping LiDAR. And for others you need multiple perspectives from both. Buy one sensor to work a multitude of projects. Now Available: Addition of Mobile Mapping Capability via Vehicle Mount and Integration AlphaGeo now … Continue reading Dual purpose mobile mapping and drone LiDAR systems
The service is carrying passengers between Didcot Parkway train station and Milton Park An electric self-driving full-size single-decker bus has began operating for the first time. The Mi-Link 003 service, operated by First Bus, is carrying passengers in Oxfordshire between Didcot Parkway train station and Milton Park. It follows trials of a self-driving mini-bus around Milton … Continue reading Oxfordshire self-driving single-decker bus begins operating
We’re so happy that so many of you see the value of our FREE Drone LiDAR Demo Day! ❤️ However, demand has been MUCH higher than we expected. But, instead of letting some of you down… …we’ve managed to secure a brand new location which will allow MANY more people to join!! You still have … Continue reading Demand for our Demo Day has increased!
Are you in the United Kingdom and need to learn more about drone LiDAR? Then don’t miss our drone based LiDAR payload demo day at AlphaGeo Register today for this amazing event on September 14th, 2023 in Oxfordshire.
A collection of photographs taken during World War Two have been opened to the public for the first time. The aerial images were taken by the US Army Air Forces (USAAF) Photographic Reconnaissance units while stationed at bases across England in 1943 and 1944. The 3,600 photographs offer a birds-eye view of the country as … Continue reading World War Two aerial photos opened to public for first time
Join us next month at the The NEC, Birmingham for the Emergency Services Show! This event showcases top innovations in technology for the emergency services sector. We are proud to be exhibiting some of our suppliers products, including: 🔺 Sniffer4D Gas Detection Aid from Soarability🔺 CHASING ROV with Sonar Technology🔺 DJI Drones🔺 Autel Drones It’s our first … Continue reading Join us at Emergency Services Show!
The penultimate episode of Sky Coppers tonight at 9pm on Channel 4. Follow the work of the West Midlands Police Drone Unit as they use technology to try and capture criminals and help those in need. It’s great to see drone’s services being represented so well. People often forget sectors they’re used in to support public … Continue reading Sky Coppers
Over the last twelve months, at Royal Mail we have been trialling drone technology to assess whether it can help us to better serve remote and island communities. The latest trial was held last month (April) on the Shetland Islands in partnership with Windracers. Test flights for the new service saw Royal Mail deliver mail … Continue reading Drones: connecting remote communities across the UK