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GLOBHE x Guinness World Records

The Largest Online Photo Album of Aerial Photographs Ever

Together with our exceptional Crowddroning operators, Globhe created the largest online photo album of aerial photographs in history. We set out to highlight the local effects of climate change and break this GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ in the process.

Check out the interactive album to see all the pictures

Our Crowdroners covered every continent, even Antarctica, with the mapping of this melting iceberg. When arctic ice melts, it contributes to the global temperature rise due to the large amount of frozen methane gas. The melting ice caps also impact the sea level, which significantly changes the coastlines, affecting animal and human life.

For two months, December 10th, 2021, to February 10th, 2022, in the middle of snowstorms and holiday vacations, Crowddroners collectively gathered 22 909 images. We have drone operators all over the world, and with this record, we have managed to compile drone footage from each continent—even Antarctica. 

Some of our contributors

Sergiy Bykhunenko

Ukraine

Mohamad Alnasser

Sweden

Camilla Dellión

Sweden

John Pyle

Australia

Chase Sellmeyer

USA

Gove DePuy

Indonesia

Ari Saaski

Indonesia

Andor Süli

Hungary

Brian Bracher

United Kingdom

Shittu Bunkunmi Dhikrullahi

Nigeria

Michael Gabriel Sumastre

Philippines

Zannou Osia

Benin

Rafael Vázquez

Mexico

Idren Ames

USA

Piotr Konorski

Poland

Mikhail Tiounine

Angola

Michal Praski

Poland

Tchoou Paul Gnassingbe & Tech-Innovation

Togo

Anton Hjalmarsson

Sweden

Rachel Kumwenda

Malawi

Howard Nelson

USA

Kondwani Mwale

Malawi

Hope Kelvin Chilunga

Malawi

Saleem Afidji

Benin

Ruan Jordaan

South Africa

Sunil Bogati

Nepal

UAV del Perú

Peru

Tomás Di Meglio

Argentina

Ivan Gonzalez

Ecuador

Franklin Griffin

Peru

Adalit Collantes

Peru

Diana Jiménez

Peru

Tomás Teixeira

Peru

Fred Menyansah

Ghana

Orlando Baeta

Ghana

Nicolás Barrera Smith

Spain

James Grace

USA

This project has meant working with drone operators from all over the world. Talking to them about their hometowns and hearing their stories on how climate change impacts their surroundings has been really engaging. As pilots, they know what important tools drones are for monitoring these changes, and it’s been fantastic seeing their excitement in wanting to help showcase this.

Mikael Costa Pinto, Flow Manager GLOBHE

We Use Drones to Support the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Our Goals

Drones for Health
Drones for Health

Our drones are collecting photos to find malaria mosquito breeding sites, model present and future disease outbreak scenarios, and more.

Drones for Water
Drones for Water

Our drones are collecting photos to monitor access to clean water, find marine debris, monitor seagrass growth, and more.

Drones for Affordable and Clean Energy
Drones for Affordable and Clean Energy

Our drones are collecting photos to help plan and create solar parks and work toward the goal of universal access to modern renewable energy.

Drones for Infrastructure
Drones for Infrastructure

Our drones are collecting photos to monitor and assess damage to infrastructure while creating opportunities for innovators around the world.

Drones for Climate
Drones for Climate

Our drones are collecting photos to monitor climate change, find dry areas to warn for wildfires, identify flood-prone areas, and more.

Drones for Partnership
Drones for Partnership

Our drones are collecting photos to meet the Sustainable Development Goals while creating opportunities for partnerships around the world.

Download our press release to know more about our project with GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ and mapping climate change with drones.

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