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Subdivision design of multiple residential lots.


  • Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI)

  • Owner Project Engineering Management

  • Commercial and residential subdivision design

  • Drainage design

  • Site design

  • Road and Highway Design

  • Pre-development subdivision consulting

  • Wildlife and fish pond design

Drone on an agricultural job flying the field

Land Surveying

  • Residential Land Surveys

  • ALTA - American Land Title Association Survey

  • Land Boundary Survey

  • Topographic Survey

  • Drone Imagery

  • Terrestrial LiDAR Survey

  • Mobile LiDAR Road Survey

  • Construction Staking

  • Land Subdividing Certificates

  • Flood Elevation Certificates

  • Wildlife and fish pond scanning

septic system installation


  • Engineered septic system design

  • Percolation tests

  • Conventional septic system design

  • Conventional septic system Installation

  • Septic system field line repair

Extracting bare earth terrain (ground surface) from LiDAR data.

LiDAR - Bare Earth

  • Drone LiDAR surveying is a type of aerial surveying that uses drones equipped with Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensors to collect highly accurate topographic and 3D data of an area. LiDAR sensors use laser pulses to create precise 3D models of the terrain and objects below, allowing for highly detailed mapping and surveying.

  • Drone LiDAR surveying involves flying a drone equipped with a LiDAR sensor over the survey area to collect data. The LiDAR sensor emits laser pulses that bounce back to the sensor, measuring the distance between the drone and the ground or objects below. The data collected is then processed using specialized software to create highly detailed 3D models, point clouds, and maps of the area.

  • Drone LiDAR surveying is often used in industries such as construction, mining, forestry, and agriculture to collect highly accurate data for planning and decision-making. The benefits of using drone LiDAR surveying include the ability to collect highly accurate data quickly and efficiently, as well as the ability to access hard-to-reach areas that may be difficult or dangerous to survey by traditional means.

  • Overall, drone LiDAR surveying is a highly effective and efficient way to collect highly accurate data for a range of applications, providing detailed information to support informed decision-making.

Collection of survey grade terrain surfaces and models from drone data

Land Surveying - Drone

  • Survey-grade drones are specialized drones used for highly accurate surveying and mapping applications. These drones are equipped with high-precision sensors and cameras that can collect data with sub-centimeter accuracy. This level of precision is essential for applications such as construction, infrastructure, and land-use planning, where accurate measurements and data are critical.

  • Survey-grade drones can quickly and efficiently survey large areas, collecting millions of data points to create 3D models and digital maps. This data can be used to identify potential issues and make informed decisions about construction, infrastructure, and other projects.

  • Survey-grade drones are typically operated by licensed pilots who have been trained in the use of these specialized systems. In addition to the drone and sensor hardware, survey-grade drone work also requires specialized software for data processing and analysis, as well as quality control procedures to ensure accurate and reliable results.

  • Overall, survey-grade drones offer a cost-effective and efficient solution for surveying and mapping applications, providing high-precision data that is essential for informed decision-making in various industries.

Historix site preservation utilizing drone data

Historic Site Preservation

  • Drones can be a valuable tool for historical preservation and archaeology, providing a new perspective for exploring and documenting historical sites. Some of the ways drones are used in this field include:

  • Surveying and mapping: Drones equipped with high-resolution cameras and laser scanners can quickly survey and map historical sites, creating detailed 3D models and digital maps that can be used for research and analysis.

  • Monitoring and assessment: Drones can be used to monitor and assess the condition of historical sites and monuments, helping to identify potential threats and damage, and enabling early intervention to protect these important cultural assets.

  • Documenting and preserving: Drones can be used to document and preserve historical sites, capturing high-resolution images and video footage that can be used for research and education purposes.

  • Exploration: Drones can be used to explore and survey remote and hard-to-reach areas, helping to uncover new archaeological sites and expand our understanding of history.

  • Overall, drones offer a cost-effective and efficient solution for historical preservation and archaeology, providing a new perspective for exploring and documenting these important cultural assets.

Agriculture drone services to increase yield and identify crop issues.

Agricultural - Multispectral Imaging

A multispectral camera is a type of imaging device that captures information from multiple bands of the electromagnetic spectrum. Unlike traditional cameras, which only capture light in the visible spectrum, multispectral cameras can capture light in other parts of the spectrum such as ultraviolet, infrared, and microwave. This allows them to create images that show different aspects of an object or scene than what is visible to the naked eye.


Multispectral cameras are used in a variety of fields, including agriculture, forestry, mineral exploration, environmental monitoring, and military surveillance. For example, in agriculture, multispectral cameras can be used to assess the health of crops and to monitor the water content of fields. In environmental monitoring, they can be used to track changes in vegetation, measure the temperature of wildlife, and detect environmental pollutants.

Drone services for residential and commercial customers

Residential Drone Services

A drone residential model is a 3D model of a residential property that is created using aerial drone photography and photogrammetry software. This type of model is often used in real estate, architecture, and construction industries to provide an accurate and detailed view of the property and its surroundings.

To create a drone residential model, a drone equipped with a high-resolution camera is flown over the property and takes a series of overlapping photographs from different angles. The photographs are then processed using specialized photogrammetry software to create a 3D model that accurately represents the property and its features, such as the house, landscape, and surrounding environment.

Drone residential models can be used to provide an immersive and interactive experience for potential buyers, allowing them to view the property from all angles and even take virtual tours. They can also be used by architects and builders to aid in the design and planning of new construction projects, by providing accurate measurements and detailed information about the property.

Overall, drone residential models are an effective tool for showcasing and visualizing residential properties, providing an accurate and detailed view of the property and its surroundings.

Drone pilot requirements for commercial and private jobs.

Drone Pilot Requirements

In most countries, there are specific requirements for operating drones commercially, including obtaining certifications or licenses. Here are some common requirements for becoming a drone pilot:

  1. Age: You must be of a minimum age, typically 16 years old or 18 years old, to operate a drone commercially.

  2. Education: Most countries require that drone pilots have a basic level of education, such as a high school diploma or equivalent.

  3. Training: Drone pilots must receive training in operating drones safely and responsibly, and may be required to pass a written exam and flight test to demonstrate their knowledge and skills.

  4. Certification: In many countries, drone pilots must obtain a certification or license from a recognized aviation authority, such as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the United States.

  5. Insurance: Drone pilots must have liability insurance to protect against potential accidents or damage to property.

  6. Knowledge of airspace regulations: Drone pilots must be familiar with the local airspace regulations and restrictions, and must abide by the rules and guidelines set by the aviation authority.

  7. Maintenance and inspection: Drone pilots must regularly inspect and maintain their drones to ensure that they are in safe working condition.

Note that these requirements may vary by country and by the type of drone being operated, so it's important to check the local regulations and guidelines for the specific requirements in your area.

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XRAM Inc. is a licensed, bonded, and insured full service consulting firm providing services in Alabama.  We specialize in American Land Title Association (ALTA) and Boundary surveys, as well as Civil Engineering and Environmental services.  In addition, XRAM is a global drone service provider that offers drone-based services and solutions to clients worldwide. These services may include aerial photography and videography, inspection, mapping and surveying, and other drone-based applications. The company operates on a global scale, providing its services to clients in multiple countries and regions. We have a team of experienced drone pilots, technicians, and professionals who are knowledgeable in the latest drone technology and regulations. XRAM provides efficient, cost-effective, and high-quality drone services to its clients, helping them to achieve their specific goals and objectives.

As an A+ accredited company with the Better Business Bureau, we maintain the highest client standards and provide services that result in projects that are on-time and on-budget.  

If you would like a free quote on your project or would just like to discuss your project, please give us a call.  We would be glad to help in any way we can.




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