Back in Service

    Thursday, June 25th, 2020

    Following the move away from Alert Level 4 for Covid-19 Aerial Surveys is back flying and capturing.  We are making excellent progress with the PGF LiDAR capture since getting back into the air.  We are capturing high quality imagery simultaneously with the LiDAR so if you are looking for current imagery get in touch with us.

    Covid-19 Update

    Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

    Aerial Surveys is pleased to advise that it has recommenced flying and capture activities following the change from alert level 4 to alert level 3.  This is a very welcome change and we are looking forward to moving to alert level 2 shortly which will enable expanded flying operations.

    Covid-19 Update

    Monday, March 23rd, 2020

    With the Government placing NZ at Alert Level 4 this afternoon Aerial Surveys will be closing its offices and all flying and capture services will cease from Tuesday 24 March 2020 until restrictions are lifted.  This is extremely unfortunate but clearly a necessary action to be taken to ensure the well being of all New Zealanders.  Many of our non flying staff will be operating from home during this period to ensure that we continue to work and deliver the services and products that we can.  We will provide further updates from time to time as necessary to keep you informed.  Stay safe at this time.

    Aerial Surveys capturing LiDAR over majority of the South Island

    Friday, February 7th, 2020

    Aerial surveys will be capturing LiDAR over a majority of the South Island over the next few years which presents an opportunity to consider your LiDAR requirements.  This is a substantial program which is great news for Aerial Surveys and New Zealand.  We will be deploying the latest Optech Galaxy LiDAR sensors on this program.  In addition to LiDAR we will be capturing imagery where sun angles are suitable, which will provide an additional, current imagery dataset.  Should you have any specific requirements for LiDAR or imagery please get in touch.

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