For small to medium areas as well as 3D modelling, Bosys uses in-house capabilities to acquire the data needed for the creation of many of its products. For larger areas - exceeding 15 km², external sources are used to acquire the required data with processing also completed in-house.
Small to medium areas
Bosys utilizes advanced Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) for collection of high resolution aerial imagery used to create actionable and precise geospatial products that are economical, within 1 to 3 cm in accuracy, and a fast turnaround. All RPAS operations are conducted by experienced and licensed pilots, and strictly follow aviation regulations and safety and security protocols. Bosys uses in-house data processing to generate the geospatial products derived from the imagery in any required standard industry formats.
Medium to large areas
For larger areas and medium to high resolution imagery, Bosys can acquire and process satellite and aerial imagery in resolutions ranging from 5 to 50 cm through its partners and vendors for any location in the world. Using Bosys in-house processing, a wide variety of products that are accurate and ready to use are created from the imagery in standard industry format and according to requirements of the project.
Visual inspections are critical to assessing the condition and maintaining assets such as high structures (cell or power towers, windmills, etc.), dams and drainage canals in inaccessible areas. Bosys provides a safe method to collect data for dangerous or hard to reach places and produces visual records in RGB and/or Thermal formats to assist engineers in assessing the conditions and plan for maintenance if and when required.
The 3D models provided by Bosys are digital replicas of existing structures created with survey quality precision using state-of-the-art equipment and computer software. The 3D models are georeferenced for correct positioning on maps or technical drawings and are suitable for visual inspections, accurate measurements, as-built records, renovation design, and detailed presentation purposes.