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Culver Aviation together with Poltava State Agrarian University held a round table on spatial planning in the local communities of Poltava region

On March 15, Culver Aviation in cooperation with Poltava State Agrarian University (PSAU), held a roundtable discussion "Spatial Planning as a Tool for Implementing a Sustainable Development Strategy in the Communities of Poltava Region". The event was held under the patronage of the Poltava Regional State Administration and became the second in a series of roundtables dedicated to the effective management of land resources using modern information technologies.

Culver Aviation took part in the conference on regulation of the land relations in the conditions of war and post-war recovery of Ukraine

Culver Aviation became a participant of the National Student Scientific and Practical Conference "Land Management and Topographic Activities in the Conditions of War and Post-War Reconstruction", which was held on March 8-10, 2023 at the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine. The participants of the event discussed the regulation of land relations in the conditions of war and post-war reconstruction, land management, land cadastre, land valuation, topographic and geodetic, and cartographic activities.

Using UAVs in construction: 7 benefits transforming the industry

In recent years, the use of UAVs in construction has become increasingly popular. Large construction companies are turning to the capabilities of drones to optimize design, monitor workflows, identify issues, and speed up their resolution. The data obtained with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles makes a significant contribution to the construction process, especially on complex and large-scale projects. Here's how using UAVs allows construction companies to save money and improve the quality of work.

Culver Aviation participated in the round table of Poltava State Agrarian University to discuss the digitalization of the agricultural sector and local government

On February 23, 2023, the Department of Information Systems and Technologies of Poltava State Agrarian University hosted a roundtable meeting, with Denys Sudyka, Head of Sales at Culver Aviation, as one of the participants. The company's representative joined the discussion of the role of innovative information technologies for the development of the agricultural sector and the formation of spatial development plans for territorial communities.

Technologies of the future in tourism and the role of UAVs in their evolution

Over the past decades, along with the geography of travel, customer service requirements have grown significantly. As customer preferences have always been a key factor in the development of tourism, there is an urgent need to constantly innovate to improve the user experience. One of them is the use of unmanned aerial vehicles. In our new article, we will analyze the role of UAVs in the digitalization of tourism.

Culver Aviation held the first round table in a series of events dedicated to innovations in land resources management

On February 3, Culver Aviation held a roundtable discussion in Uman on "Innovations in the agricultural sector and community development: communication and common challenges". Participants discussed land management as a common challenge for farms, local communities, and higher education institutions, as well as the role of aerial monitoring in addressing them. This event was the first in a planned series of roundtables dedicated to effective land management with the help of innovative resources.

Culver Aviation and Poltava State Agrarian University have signed an agreement on scientific and technical cooperation

The company's specialists will contribute to the training of Poltava State Agrarian University specialists and provide conditions for students to consolidate their theoretical knowledge and apply it in practice at the enterprise. The partners will cooperate in the areas of education and research, as well as a mutual exchange of experience and professional development.

Using UAVs in the mining industry – a new level of surveying

Mining is one of the riskiest and most dangerous industries. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are designed to help mitigate these risks and reduce the cost of mining operations. Their use allows for automating processes, improving data accuracy and personnel safety, and increasing the profitability of enterprises. Traditional "ground-based" methods of surveying in quarries are associated with an increased level of danger, require more time, and are not always effective in complex and hard-to-reach areas. Here's how UAVs speed up and reduce the cost of mining operations and help control and audit the extracted and stored raw materials.

Automated aerial monitoring: how Menatir system helps businesses to make informed management decisions

Despite their name, unmanned aerial vehicles require careful support from operators, which means additional time, money, and the influence of the human factor on aerial monitoring. To minimize them, Culver Aviation has designed and developed an automated system for monitoring using UAVs — Menatir, which has become a response to the demand of industries that need to quickly and thoroughly monitor the earth's surface with a subsequent operational analysis of the data obtained. Here is how Menatir helps companies and government agencies to make optimal management decisions.

UAV aerial photography: how drones help territorial communities to develop comprehensive spatial development plans

The consequence of the decentralization reform in Ukraine was the allocation of a new unit of administrative-territorial structure – the territorial community – and the introduction of comprehensive planning for the development of their territories. A comprehensive plan for spatial development is a document that includes plans for the prospective use of the entire community territory based on the analysis of its resources and provides the community with effective mechanisms and tools for managing its development. Here is how aerial photography data collected by UAVs help to ensure sustainable development and effective land bank management for communities.

Multispectral mapping with MENATIR: what is the advantage compared to standard UAVs

Multispectral imagery allows us to effectively monitor seedlings' condition, record all crop development changes, and see all the nuances of crop development, inaccessible to human vision. Analysis of information obtained through multispectral mapping helps farmers to plan fertilization and plant protection products in time, save money and increase yields. The Aerial Monitoring UAV Network Menatir, designed by Culver Aviation specialists, allows conducting continuous and automated monitoring of crops without going to the field, with a response time of 3 minutes. Here is how it works.

Field area measurement by drones: how Culver Aviation helps business to avoid unnecessary losses due to unreliable data on the land bank

Knowing the exact area and structure of your fields is the basis of effective land bank management, the key to the correct use of the budget, and the first step towards the implementation of precision farming. According to the experience of Culver Aviation, to correctly calculate the number of costs and unnecessary expenses at the planning stage of agricultural work, field measurement should be carried out every year or two, depending on the size of the farm and the dynamics of changes in the land bank. Here is an example of a completed project to show how reliable data on cultivation areas allows you to avoid extra losses and plan your budget correctly.