Authorized Distributor of AgEagle and Parrot Drones – CartoCanada


Land Surveying

Drone data is becoming more and more widely accepted by building and land departments. Topographic mapping is highly accurate and detailed.

Urban Planning and Land Management

Import drone DSMs into CAD to build virtual models to using a drone’s orthomosaics to define boundaries or employ drone-derived DTMs to simulate flooding. The ways drone imagery of surface and terrain is varied and limitless.


Drone-derived high-resolution maps and 3D digital surface models are driving a new era of archaeological discovery by enabling teams to visually assess larger regions of interest more efficiently and cost-effectively than ever before.

Drones can reduce the time spent collecting accurate data. By acquiring data from the sky – in the form of geo-referenced digital aerial images, with resolutions as sharp as 1.5 cm (0.6 in) per pixel – you can gather millions of data points in one short flight.

With collection made so simple, you can focus your energy on using and analyzing data, rather than working out how to gather it.

Less time spent on the ground means staff safety is improved by minimizing risk to surveying teams when measuring sites such as mines, unstable slopes and transport routes. Simply choose take-off and landing locations that are out of harm’s way.


  • eBee X

    eBee X

    Absolute Accuracy up to 1.5 cm/0.6 in.
    Flight time up to 90 min.
    Takeoff weight 1.6 kg
    Up to seven sensors and cameras compatible
    Optimized cameras up to 500 ha/1,235 ac.

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  • Trueview 515

    LiDar Scanner – Hesai PandarXT-32
    LIDAR Beams/Returns – 32/2
    Pulse Repetition Rate – 640 kHz
    Dual Cameras (Port, Starboard) – ‡25° cross-track oblique
    Camera Sensor – Sony 1″ CMOS IMX-183

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  • Matrice 300 RTK

    15 km Max Transmission
    55-min Max Flight Time
    IP45 Rating
    Smart Inspection
    Smart Pin & Track
    Primary Flight Display

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