Prokura Innovations

Drone Mapping

Process of mapping, use cases, maps, 3D models.

Prokura Innovations provides survey-grade aerial surveying and drone mapping image acquisition and post-processing services utilizing Pix4D’s industry leading photogrammetry applications.We provide everything from pre-flight planning, to image acquisition and analysis, to post-processing for your requested use. 

Prokura Innovation’s aerial mapping solutions allow stakeholders to receive high-definition topographic maps delivered in a timely fashion (AutoCAD, etc.), along with updated Google Earth layers, and orthomosaic maps. Our customers enjoy real-time, high-definition, actionable data, eliminating the need to wait for weeks to get traditional ground survey results or rely on outdated public maps.

Types of Mapping

Drone mapping of National Innovation Center

3D Textured Mesh

We will provide you with an advanced 3D model of your land. You can fully interact with the model and use it to perform calculations, including measuring distance, area, and volume. These tools are ideal for getting measurements of construction sites, calculating areas of fields, and understanding where equipment is located.

Orthomosaic Mapping

Our drones can produce sophisticated 2D maps and 3D digital elevation models that enable you to fill in imaging gaps left by satellite mapping with up-to-date data. Orthomosaic maps are created with a large number of overlapping photos covering a defined area. After capturing precise aerial imagery, we then use software to stitch the photos into georectified orthomosaics.

Drone mapping of NIC
drone mapping Nepal


A digital terrain model (DTM) provides a bare earth representation of terrain or surface topography. Both are highly useful data sets for visualizing our planet for scientific and commercial landscpe study

Benefits of Drone Mapping

Using drones for surveying offers the following advantages over traditional, land-based surveying 

Improved Safety

When dangerous terrain has to be measured and mapped, sending teams out to these areas can lead to accidents and injury. Instead, drones can be deployed to scan mountainous areas, icy locations, and areas where wildlife may be a concern, creating a safer environment for your team.


Drones can scan acres of land in a fraction of the time it takes to manually survey on the ground, especially in areas of challenging terrain. On average, our teams scan 600 acres per day per team.

Reduced Cost

Being able to send a drone up to capture data is faster and safer, which automatically reduces costs. On top of that, relying on our team means you pay one simple fee for your data, rather than having to invest in expensive equipment, personnel training, and insurance.

Better Quality of Data

Drones are constantly scanning and creating thousands of measurements, and when the data is compiled, you will receive incredibly detailed, highly accurate point file within a few millimeters.