Drone Surveying in BC With Sangha Geomatics & Land Surveying Inc.

Proven to be powerful commercial tools, drones provide adopters with leaps in efficiency and safety. They are extremely helpful for those who are in the surveying and mapping industry. Drones have the ability to capture data from above, which can then be successfully integrated into surveying workflows to perform land surveys, 3D mapping, photogrammetry, and more. At Sangha Geomatics & Land Surveying Inc., we provide you with accurate drone surveying solutions and guidance to meet your needs. Whether you are an experienced surveyor, a drone enthusiast, or someone who is simply interested in this drone application, we can help you. Get in touch today to learn more!

Everything You Need to Know About Drones

In layman’s terms, a drone survey is a survey conducted from above using a drone. Like the other kinds of surveys, this includes the precise science of determining the positions and the distances between points in 2D & 3D space. Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles help acquire data from vantage points that are inaccessible to humans. In addition, drones also help capture data in dramatically shorter timeframes. Using such critical information, one can make informed decisions in various areas, such as construction site planning, designing and upkeep of infrastructure. Have a look at the equipment we use:

DJI Mavic Mini

  DJI Mavic Mini 

 DJI Matrice 210 RTK V2

DJI Matrice 210 RTK V2

What You Can Achieve With Drone Surveying

You can produce a variety of deliverables using drone surveying. The result varies depending on the choice of data sensors & surveying software. Here are a few of them:

  2D Orthomosaic Map
  3D Orthomosaic Map
  3D Models
  Thermal Map
  LiDAR Point Cloud
  Multispectral Map

Since the usage of drones in surveying is increasing day by day, one might wonder how accurate these aerial surveying instruments are. The answer is that drone solutions can produce surveys with varying degrees of accuracy, depending on the requirements of the project. It is best to consult a professional who is well-versed in this application before employing a drone surveying process in your project. Our team at Sangha Geomatics & Land Surveying Inc. will be more than happy to help you with any queries or concerns.

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Sangha Geomatics & Land Surveying Inc

Sangha Geomatics & Land Surveying Inc

Manny Sangha, BCLS, CLS

P.O. Box 1845

Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0

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330 Highway 16 West
PO Box 480
Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0

Office/Mobile: 250-692-9360


Monday - Friday 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

Saturday - Sunday Closed

Service Area
We proudly serve the Northwest Corridor of British Columbia, from the Yukon border down to Bella Coola, east to Lillooet and west to Fort St. John. Our service areas include:


  • Fort St. James

  • Quesnel

  • Mackenzie

  • Prince George

  • Smithers

  • McBride

  • Kitimat

  • Terrace

  • Prince Rupert

  • Dawson Creek

  • Cache Creek

  • Burns Lake

  • Houston

  • Williams Lake

  • Lytton

  • 100 Mile House

  • Whitehorse

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