You need information from the air? With an overview or details request, than you are spot on with Albatros UAS.
The only Dutch professional UAS-provider with long endurance possibilities, able to provide air reconnaissance for 24 hrs or more.
Albatros UAS uses a professional unmanned aircraft system, that has been proven all over the world for more than ten years and some hundreds of thousands flying hours. So what about reliability? A very safe system on top as well. Equipped with a parachute for emergencies and in case of no power, a gliding angle which helicopters can only dream of.
But still cost effective with a price below the average aircraft or helicopter with a comparable equipment and crew. Our professional crew has more than 10.000 flying hours each or a substantial UAS experience. Our technical experts belong to the highest in Europe. So Albatros has the right people, the right motivation and the right equipment. They can solve your information problem.
Couderé Geomatic Engineering specializes in consulting, delivery and support of measurement and positioning solutions for mapping activities.
Couderé is responsible for the distribution and support of the Gatewing X100′s revolutionary unmanned aircraft system for Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Gatewing is a dynamic engineering company from Ghent, Belgium, active in the design and manufacturing of revolutionary unmanned aircraft systems for aerial photogrammetry since 2008.
Gatewing designs and sells the world’s fastest and easiest to use remote sensing solution. Based on our revolutionary X100 lightweight unmanned aircraft, we have built a solution for rapid terrain mapping that consists of image acquisition field operation and fully digital and automated image processing.
Gatewing is committed to providing the world’s best, most used rapid terrain mapping tool. By making this technology highly accessible in terms of price and user comfort, Gatewing aims to revolutionize the surveying and mapping industry.
By constantly improving the quality of our system, our processing and analysis software, and our image results, we are expanding our business to new yet related applications, such as: disaster management, infrastructure inspection, precision farming, construction project planning, corridor mapping, and more.
OctoCopter.TV is a direct activity of PRP Photography & Press Agency.
Our services are in the field of professional aerial photography, aerial HD cinematography, inspection, video analysis and live broadcasting.
As a full time UAS service provider, services are provided to press agencies, multi media companies, municipalities, sports institutes, real estate agencies, film and broadcasting agencies and to corporates.
Spacemetric’s mission is to provide systems that streamline the transition from image acquisition to mission-critical application in operational environments.
We deliver significant customer value to volume users of geospatial imagery worldwide by providing complete geospatial image management solutions that offer a high degree of automation and superior product quality.
Geo Infra is one of the first companies to have the advanced surveying aircraft – the Geo-Airflight. The Geo-Airflight allows you to map any area you wish; areas that cannot be surveyed using normal methods can easily be charted using our surveying aircraft. The surveying aircraft flies at a height of between 150 and 750 metres and thus remains below the cloud base. The surveying aircraft can therefore be used throughout the whole year.
The Geo-Airflight can be used for various purposes and applications such as flights to capture (3D) models which can be used for 3D designs and for determining quantities. You can also use the Geo-Airflight for the following purposes, amongst others:
- 3D terrain modelling
- Aerial photography
- Vegetation research
- Updating topographic management maps
The National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) conducts applied research on behalf of the aviation and aerospace sectors.
What is NLR?
National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) is the key center of expertise for aerospace technology in the Netherlands;
NLR employs around 700 people, including 300 with a Master degree and 150 with a Bachelor degree;
NLR’s facilities include wind tunnels (for testing aircraft produced by Airbus, Lockheed Martin and others), simulators (for testing the safety of new flight procedures, among other things), and laboratory aircraft;
NLR’s revenue amount to € 78 million, with contracts accounting for € 56 million.
Mission and Goal
The NLR is a Dutch organisation that identifies, develops and applies high-tech knowledge in the aerospace sector. The NLR’s activities are socially relevant, market-orientated, and conducted not-for-profit. In this, the NLR serves to bolster the government’s innovative capabilities, while also promoting the innovative and competitive capacities of its partner companies.
The NLR, renowned for its leading expertise, professional approach and independent consultancy, is staffed by client-orientated personnel who are not only highly skilled and educated, but also continuously strive to develop and improve their competencies. The NLR moreover possesses an impressive array of high quality research facilities.
NLR personnel continuously develop new aviation and aerospace technologies, which not only involves conducting scientific research but also applying solutions for private industry and governmental organisations.
Major Technology Institute
As an important partner for the government, businesses and civil society organisations NLR is one of the four Major Technology Institutes (MTIs) in the Netherlands. Other MTIs are Deltares, ECN and MARIN.
Through the utilisation of demand-driven programmes, the Dutch government commissions the NLR and the other MTIs to amass and maintain superior levels of fundamental knowledge. The remainder of the NLR’s revenue (75%) is derived from commissions from private clients.
The NLR’s national and international clients include governmental authorities, the European Union, civil society organisations, and a wide range of large and small companies active in the aviation and aerospace sectors.
Complete independence is an absolute precondition for the NLR to be able to successfully serve its clients, some of whom hold divergent social positions. This is illustrated by the fact that NLR provides various parties (with varying interests), with independent knowledge and advice related to plans for developmental projects, including airports.