UAVONIC provides full range of aerial work services available . Aerial Photography / Cinematography, Mapping, Survey, Inspections, Training etc. Our Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) equipped with wide range of sensors such as thermo, IR, multispectral and of course high-definition cameras are fast and accurate aerial data acquisition, in real life used by Police and Fire, Agriculture, Industrial, Oil, Gas and Cellular, Inspections, Search & Rescue purposes and documentations.

UAS provides a level of insight that’s invaluable to industries or for gathering data for any area that needs to be looked at closely and often. They allow you to get this data cheaply, easily and quickly, safe with less risk and more frequency and detail than manned flight or satellite imagery.



Photos taken from the ground often fail to capture all the necessary details. Aerial photography allows to shoot objects and areas from different perspective and gather far more valuable data. It captures the size of the crowd, road conditions, the extent of disaster and many others.

To add variety to the content of short spots, as well as longer and more extensive reports, we supplement them with high-quality video shots from a bird’s eye perspective. Our experienced team is able to work even in hardly accessible areas. Unlike helicopters, we are able to carry out aerial work at considerably lower cost and provide the same or better quality.. UAVONIC provides aerial videos for all kind of production projects like films, commercials, TV footage, music videos etc.

Thanks to advanced technology, we are able to take photos and create irresistible panoramas of nature, built-up areas and other places of interest in the way that is not available to regular photographers.

We are able to provide top quality live broadcast of wide range of events, like sports events, concerts, cultural events, demonstrations and various other events of commercial and non- commercial nature.

Whether its for real estate, agriculture, marketing, or event management, we make aerial film production affordable. Our unmanned aircrafts equipped with 3 axis giro stabilised cameras provide high resolution still photos and videos.

We can provide you with the raw footage or provide a full service video production service.


It is possible to determine the soil composition, types of rocks in the target area, wood density or health of vegetation as shown by the intensity of photosynthesis in progress by multispectral analyses from the height of several tens of meters. During photosynthesis, plants absorb red light and reflect green light. For this reason, healthy photosynthesizing leaves are green and dying leaves turn brown (they lose the ability to absorb red light and reflect green light). We are able to determine the soil quality, composition or moisture level thanks to data acquired by multispectral analyses.



Distribution networks, pipelines, bridges, roofs, huge facilities with lots of sites that are hard to access or facilities requiring a shutdown during inspections by their staff can be effectively monitored with unmanned aerial vehicles. UAV monitoring is safe, economical and very operational with possibility of simple replication. Inspection missions are usually carried out by optical sensors (a high definition camera) and thermal sensors (thermal camera, or a dual cameras enabling the recording of HD videos and videos from a thermal sensor at the same time. By analysing data acquired, it is possible to detect cracks, corrosion, rifts, overheated parts of construction sites and bridges, heating leaks, damaged insulation and various other deviations and degradations of material and equipment. Using a thermal cameras, it is possible to detect objects up to 1 meter below the surface, which is used very often for archaeology and pipeline.

– Optical sensors
– Thermal (movie) camera
– Dual (movie) camera (HD and thermal sensor)
– Directional microphones

Areas of application:
– Building industry (checks of bridges, roofs, thermal certification of buildings, analyses of heating leaks)
– Transport (checks of roads and drainages, inspections of bridge constructions)
– Pipe distribution systems (checks of insulation, corrosion, leakages)
– Power engineering (checks of pylons, electric lines in the air, solar and wind power plants)
– Archaeology (search of excavation sites by means of thermal (movie) cameras)
– Environment (monitoring of the level of noise in towns and highways)
– Science and research


Our team is able to create 3D models of the surface, buildings and various objects via advanced photogrammetry applications or laser sensor (LIDAR) applications depending on the accuracy requirements for specific project. Data acquired are being transformed into a large amount of points (point cloud) based on which the structure of a building or a surface is created by a specialized software. Calculated 3D models can be covered by textures from photographs and thus create a faithful copy of reality with the option of exporting it to 3D PDF, CAD and other formats. Subsequently, it is possible to calculate the volume of a solid, mounds of soil, the depth of trenches, to compare two various 3D models in time, to monitor gradual landslides and so on.

– Optical sensors
– Laser sensors

Areas of application:
– Building industry (trenching, positioning of buildings, measuring the volume of material)
– Mining (calculation of the volume of extracted rock, monitoring of quarries)
– Geodesy (modelling of floodplains, measurements of volume and depth)
– Archaeology (3D modelling of excavation sites with an option for the subsequent performance of measurements)
– Transport (modelling of railway lines and detection of designated sections, monitoring of road slides)
– Culture (protection of cultural heritage by means of the 3D modelling of historic sights and ruins)
– Environment (monitoring of rock slides)
– Real estate companies (3D models of buildings for sale)
– Science and research

Geodesists and geoinformatics use aerial imaging for the creation of accurate orthophotomaps. An orthophotomap is a map that combines the visual quality of a photograph and the accuracy of a map. Such a map may be used for marking out plots, positioning buildings on lands and for the cadastre.

– Optical sensors
– Multispectral sensors

Areas of application :
– Geodesy – creation of 2D maps and orthophotomaps
– Agriculture – accurate measuring of cultivated area
– Cadastre – marking out plots