Drone imagery helps map flood risk

Drone imagery helps map flood risk

by The use of aerial surveys from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has proved effective in mapping flood risk for the Environment Agency at the River Mole in Surrey. UAVs – commonly known as drones – are growing in popularity as a method of conducting surveys and inspections in hard-to-reach areas where high quality data and modelling is required. In response to the storms which hit the River Mole – a tributary of the Thames – in winter 2013/14, Remote Aerial Surveys (RAS) were employed by Royal Haskoning DHV, on […]

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