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Fera's fixed wing UAV can be used to monitor, assess and evaluate amenity turf and other vegetation.

Our UAV's aerodynamic design means it is able to fly faster and for longer than rotary UAVs. It is also fitted with twin high resolution (2.5-5 cm) sensors capable of capturing multispectral imagery. This make the Fera UAV ideally suited to monitoring turf and vegetation condition over large sites such as Golf Courses or sports pitches.

Fera's UAV, GIS and Remote Sensing Specialists have the skills and knowledge to analyse and interpret UAV imagery, allowing us to produce actionable data that can inform management decisions.



Our drone is perfect for:


  • High resolution aerial imagery for use in and marketing material
  • Assess and monitor turf condition, health and stress
  • 3D site plans and fly-throughs
  • Creation of course and green maps


Want to know more about Fera's UAV services?

Please contact the Business Development team on +44 (0)1904 465731 or e-mail us at UAV@fera.co.uk

Taking you to new heights

Latest Brochure for Fera's UAV Technology

  • Remote sensing and GIS 2D/3D mapping
  • Knowledge-led surveillance and inspection technology, helping you to make better informed decisions

Contact Us - Drone Field Mapping

Paul Brown

Tel: +44 (0)1904 465731

Email: uav@fera.co.uk

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Latest Video for Fera's UAV Technology

  • Very high image resolution capture combined with longer flight duration compared to rotary UAV's
  • Automated flight programming and repeatable mission options

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