Collect drone data to monitor climate change, find dry areas to prevent wildfires, and identify flood-prone regions
Crowddroning by GLOBHE helps the United Nations strengthen natural disaster prevention and response
Our Crowddroning by GLOBHE platform taps into drone operators globally. With the insights produced by the high-resolution drone data, you can prevent wildfires, flooding, and natural disasters, guide relief efforts, and protect areas at risk worldwide.
A project we are very proud of is fighting spruce bark beetles in Sweden with Arboair. These bugs caused significant damage across Sweden, making it challenging to identify the infected trees manually. We tasked our drone operators to capture data of the damaged trees that Arboair's AI analyzed to determine the infected trees. Check out more details about this on our forestry page.
For environment, you can choose to get high-resolution elevation data, 2D orthomosaic maps, thermal maps, video inspection, or 3D structure models. We will select a local Crowddroning pilot with the experience and tools suitable for your project based on your needs. By ordering from Crowddroning, you will help a local pilot with a month’s worth of income and reduce the effect of climate change by using local resources instead of flying personnel and equipment to the site.
Check out the range of data products that you can get if you order a local drone operator from Crowddroning
Benefits of drones in environmental protection
Drones reduce scan time from 1 day to 1 hour, thus providing that essential time to take immediate decisions in critical situations
Recurring image acquisition
By acquiring data at regular time intervals, drones can help monitor critical areas and analyse the risk factor over time
Environmentally friendly data acquisition
All drones are battery-driven and local drone operators are commissioned, there's limited travel pollution
Better Data Quality
Get the GLOBHE report on environmental protection to have detailed insights on our solution
Request a demo with one of our experts to learn more about using drones in environmental projects