UgCS software provides a complete toolset for safe and efficient UAV land surveying and industrial inspections, including automatic Photogrammetry and Facade scan tools, Geotagging tool, LIDAR, Magnetometer and GPR linear and aerial survey planning tools with terrain-following mode.
A digital platform that turns aerial photography into business insights.
ATLAS is a unique digital platform enabling aerial imagery storage, maps creation, object detection/counting, and making territory segmentation.
UgCS SkyHub drone-based integrated solutions for industrial inspections:
Create and manage truly amazing outdoor drone swarm shows to enrich outdoor shows by adding up to hundreds of drone equipped with LEDs, fireworks, smoke generators and other special effects choreographed to music.
Centralised drone operations management solution to enhance efficiency of search and rescue missions, surveillance and incident investigation. The UgCS CC interface allows users to simultaneously view multiple video streams and a 3D map of the mission terrain with the actual coordinates of the drones.
UAS integration services allow combining various technologies, sensors and cameras with automated airborne systems. SPH Engineering is your partner for building, acquiring and consulting on the selection of airframes, autopilots, payloads for a particular application and performing proof of concept projects and required software development for complete integration.
SPH Engineering has vast experience in ground control software development and on-board control software development. UgCS OEM edition - a UAV ground control software for companies assembling or manufacturing unmanned systems or enterprises requiring a unique approach for a particular application, task or system. UgCS provides a sophisticated pathfinding and optimization engine for the 3D environment with terrain following, No Fly Zone and 3D buildings avoidance.
Drone delivery is a complicated topic including many technical and legal aspects. We at SPH Engineering for past few years almost gathered all the pieces of this technological puzzle: