Water Management — Soil Conservation

January 15, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Loss of the productive use of land for a season or even longer because of water induced erosion is a problem as old as farming. Fortunately, there are many ways of mapping and controlling erosion problems with the help of laser technology. Lasers allow one person to map and plan a redirection of the flow of water to preserve both land and water.

Laser Specialists offers both flat plane lasers and lasers with automatic slope.

Rugby 800 Series Brochure
Rugby 320-410 PDF Brochure
GL612/622 PDF Brochure

In addition to lasers many land conservation contractors add a specialized laser sensor to the earthmoving machine to give the grade indication to the operator while he operates the machine.

Bullseye 3+ PDF Brochure
Bullseye 5+ PDF Brochure
Bullseye 6 PDF Brochure
LMR360R PDF Brochure

It also possible to completely control the hydraulics of the machine with information supplied by the laser. This is the most advanced and efficient way to do soil conservation work.

Powerblade PDF Brochure

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

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There are countless uses for Micro-Drones and which one is best for your application can depend on flight time, sensor type and flight path.  The chart below compares and contrasts the different Micro-Drone features.

 

Fixed Wing

eBee Ag Slide small

eBee-Ag-brochure

 

Quadcopter

albris formerly eXom

 

albris brochure