Benefits of Aerial Imagery

Why use aerial images?

'Drone flyovers' have been used by marketing departments for a long time within golf for capturing unique and stunning imagery of the course from above. The use of aerial imagery is today a necessity for groundskeepers as well, as the marketing department, at all levels of golf course.

At all levels, golf course superintendents are being delivered material benefits from UAS data and actionable analysis. See below for an overview of the services on offer from this unique platform. 

Green Eye Flyovers provide both services, we use the most modern software and hardware to bring you a final product tailor made to improve both your marketing as well as your course maintenance. We use the world's leading golf analysis team at Turf Solutions to process imagery and provide our software platform, their experience and expert advice will be available directly to all our customers. 

Golf Course Grounds Analysis

Identify concerns and save resources

Easily identify areas of plant stress that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Our aerial imagery provides highly detailed RGB identification and analysis of pests, weeds and drainage problems.

Our reports will provide your grounds team information such as where to prioritise works and how much chemical treatment to purchase.

Manage workflows

Easily communicate tasks and responsibilities via the online management interface. All images can be split into polygons and these can be allocated to individual team members ensuring responsibilities are clear and efficient working processes are adhered to.

Each team member will have a clear picture of the scale of the problem, the exact amount of materials required and where partial closures are necessary. 

Map and compare

Images taken over time can be overlaid to compare progress and development of areas of concern. See detailed overviews of weed growth, drainage and pest infestation over time and make informed course management decisions.

Course maps can be used for marketing materials, staff training and to assess any shifting of ground areas over time.