Aerial Intelligence emphasizes the use of drones in data collection.

6/21/20242 min read

canal near mountai n
canal near mountai n

Welcome to Kesowa’s latest blog post, where we delve into the transformative power of drone data mapping. Today, we spotlight a compelling case study: the Drone Survey of Sections of Adi Ganga (Tolly Nullah) for Area Intelligence.

In the bustling cityscape of Garia, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, Kesowa’s expertise was sought to address a pressing issue. Urbanization and encroachment upon Adi Ganga—an esteemed canal with historical significance—had led to spatial complexities that required advanced solutions for optimal city planning and environmental conservation.

Kesowa rose to the challenge by deploying state-of-the-art drones equipped with high-resolution videography and GIS Vector Layer creation tools. These unmanned aerial vehicles soared above the intricate landscape of Adi Ganga, capturing every detail from above. The drones’ eyes peeled through layers of urban development to map out existing structures along this ancient waterway.

The process was meticulous—every building footprint was traced; each encroachment was marked; land use patterns were analyzed—all through the lens hovering in the sky. This bird’s-eye view not only provided clarity but also offered insights that ground surveys could not match in efficiency or detail.

As our drones navigated through Kolkata’s skies, they gathered vast amounts of data which were then processed using advanced algorithms. The result? A comprehensive digital map layered with crucial information that serves as an invaluable tool for city planners and environmentalists alike.

The beneficiaries were manifold—from local government bodies grappling with urban planning challenges to environmental groups striving for conservation efforts. With Kesowa’s drone survey insights at their disposal, informed decisions could now be made swiftly and effectively—ushering in a new era for area intelligence where technology meets tradition on the path towards sustainable development.

This blog post aims at showcasing how Kesowa’s innovative approach has been instrumental in aiding complex urban planning initiatives while preserving historical sites like Adi Ganga.

Blog Post written by Shwejal & Vidushi, Kesowa Summer Research Interns 2024

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