Key Activities

Geospatial Imagery Information

NGII produces a variety of national geospatial imagerythrough high-resolution aerial photograph technology

Utilization of Drones

NGII shares the principle of aerial photography to middle, high school and university students and its relevance to geospatial information through demonstrations of drone flight

NGII operates unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to quickly obtain images in case of disaster and provides the data to relevant organization for damage restoration

Fixed wing UAV

Dimensions: 1.2meters (width) x 42cm (lenght) / 1.2kg

Flying altitude / speed: 100~1,200meters / 50km/h

More stable to operate than rotarywing drones yet requiring sufficent landing space

Rotary wing UAV

Dimensions: 1meter x 1meter x 45cm / 3.5kg

Flying altitude / speed: max.1,000meters / 40km/h

Fewer limitations on takeoff landing yet substantially affected by weather