MetaGeo revolutionizes environmental conservation efforts by leveraging its advanced functionality in geospatial data management. With MetaGeo, users can seamlessly integrate diverse data sources, including aerial-collected data, into their conservation projects. This versatile platform facilitates efficient data collection, analysis, and visualization, empowering stakeholders to monitor ecosystems, protect wildlife, and engage the public in conservation initiatives. As technology progresses, MetaGeo's capabilities will continue to play a pivotal role in addressing environmental challenges and preserving biodiversity for future generations.

When data about a specific area is essential, whether to assess land erosion, monitor invasive species growth, or evaluate the aftermath of a chemical spill, our drone services offer the solution. Utilizing advanced technologies such as 3D scanning, aerial and thermal imaging, we provide comprehensive data to empower informed decision-making and strategic planning. Whether it’s reclaiming degraded land or implementing protective measures, our imaging and scanning services deliver the precise information you need to take proactive steps towards environmental conservation and restoration.


Aircraft equipped with LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) sensors or high resolution cameras coupled with photogrammetry software can provide a comprehensive understanding of a site through having images, 3D maps and models that be repeatedly collected and analyzed over time. Using the 3D technologies allow you to measure distances, heights, slopes and more, making them valuable tools for various applications, including, construction, and environmental monitoring.

What MetaGeo can offer in Conservation

MetaGeo simplifies 3D Geospatial Data Storage and collaborative communication, addressing challenges across conservation and maintenance decision-making effortlessly.

Aerial Imaging and Monitoring

MetaGeo facilitates the analysis of high-resolution imagery and data collected by aircraft equipped with cameras and sensors. This aerial imaging capability enables researchers to monitor ecosystems, habitats, and wildlife populations with precision. By leveraging MetaGeo, researchers can track changes in land cover, assess vegetation health, and monitor fluctuations in wildlife populations over time. This functionality enhances our understanding of ecological dynamics and supports informed decision-making in conservation and environmental management efforts.

Wildlife Monitoring and Protection

MetaGeo utilizes aerial imaging and scanning technologies to help researchers track and monitor wildlife populations without causing disruptions. By integrating data from these sources, MetaGeo enables researchers to assess populations, monitor animal movements, and identify threats such as poaching or habitat destruction. This capability enhances conservation efforts by allowing for more precise monitoring and management of endangered species and wildlife populations while preserving their natural habitats.

Habitat Mapping and Assessment

MetaGeo empowers conservationists with detailed maps and 3D models generated by aircraft (crewed and uncrewed) and submarine Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs). These maps offer comprehensive insights into various habitats, including forests, wetlands, and coral reefs. By utilizing MetaGeo, conservationists can conduct habitat assessments, manage land effectively, and plan conservation strategies. These maps enable the identification of priority areas for protection and restoration efforts, contributing significantly to biodiversity conservation and ecosystem restoration initiatives.

Environmental Monitoring and Research

MetaGeo facilitates the analysis of environmental data collected through aerial imaging or scanning, encompassing parameters like air and water quality, soil erosion, and climate change impacts. This data provides insights into ecosystem health and resilience, helping researchers understand the effects of human activities and climate change on natural environments.

Habitat Restoration and Management

Aerial imaging and scanning technologies are utilized to assess the effectiveness of habitat restoration efforts and monitor the success of conservation projects. They track vegetation growth, measure habitat connectivity, and evaluate the impact of conservation interventions. This data guides ongoing management and restoration efforts, ensuring the efficacy of conservation initiatives.

Public Outreach and Education

Aerial imaging and scanning technologies capture breathtaking footage and imagery that serves to engage and educate the public about conservation issues. Offering a unique perspective on natural landscapes and wildlife habitats, this content inspires conservation awareness and fosters appreciation for the natural world. Through compelling visuals, drones contribute to raising public consciousness about environmental conservation and the importance of protecting our planet's biodiversity.

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