Aerial Imaging Services

UAV Aerial Imaging Services

Advanced UAV Mapping, Remote Sensing Technology, and More

UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), commonly known as drones, offer advanced opportunities for high quality, affordable aerial imaging.


Whether you are managing a large tract of commercial timber or a large restoration, mapping a plot of land or defined geographic space, or even looking for high quality photography and video production – there is drone technology for you.

FAA Certified, licensed and insured. Operating out of Port Angeles, we serve the entire Olympic Peninsula.  Our extensive background in forestry and imaging technology makes us the most reliable name in the area for UAV services.

With our UAV we can create the following:

ArcGIS Compatable Maps

Shapefile Maps

NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index), VARI, and More

Vegetation Contour Maps

• Aerial Photogrammetry and Orthographic 3D Maps

• High Resolution Photographs and Video


Need aerial imagery?
We can help.



NDVI technology is a digital indexing process used to analyze vegetation health. This technology assesses whether the target being observed contains live green vegetation or not. Using this tool we can quickly and efficiently analyze large areas of land for growth deficiencies.



Observing forest health is performed quickly and at a low cost with remote sensing. By capturing aerial images and data, we can precisely identify areas of concern. We can then analyze this imagery to gain detailed insight into your site location and inform project decisions with incredible accuracy.


Landscape Imagery

What better way to memorialize your landscape than with a picture? From the air!

We use drone photography for landscape design purposes allowing us to get a bird’s eye view to provide you with the best perspective for the project.


Restoration Sites

Monitoring contingency plans and restoration plans is performed effectively with UAV technology.
Rivers and shorelines, where foot access can be difficult, are both critical ecological landscapes and are often difficult to monitor. Using remote sensing we can visually assess restoration sites quickly and efficiently.  The benefits are endless.