Aerial data
capture & analysis —
On demand.



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Aerial Photography

Sample Photos View Sample


  • Up to 3 cm / pixel Ground Resolution
  • Oblique or Nadir (straight down) orientation
  • Delivered as standard .jpeg files

Use Cases

Grade and condition assesment, biological typing, change detection, encroachment monitoring, pre-survey site planning, periodic documentation, and more...

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2D Map

Sample 2D Map View Sample


  • Ground resolution: up to 3 cm (X/Y), 5 cm standard
  • Accuracy: up to 6 cm (X/Y)
  • Map is orthorectified to photogrammetric standards
  • Viewable online or downloadable as geoTIFF files

Use Cases

Updating base maps and tiles, site planning, building measurement, ALTA surveys, resource assessment, remediation, utility location and identification, and more...

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3D Point Cloud

Sample 3D Point Cloud View Sample


  • 30 points or more per square meter (standard)
  • RGB color value for each point
  • Viewable from a web browser

Use Cases

Detailed modeling, measurements, utility as-builts, 3D scanning, heavy construction, highways and railways, dams, transmission and distribution, and more...

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Topographic Contours

Sample Topographic Contours View Sample


  • 1 ft contours (standard)
  • PLS certification available
  • Delivered as a GIS file type (.dxf, .shp, .txt, etc.)

Use Cases

Volumetric calculations (surface mining, stockpile monitoring), asset management, cut and fill, corridor planning, construction support, permitting, water storage and more...

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Elevation Model


  • Accuracy: up to 9 cm (Z)
  • Digital surface models and elevation heat maps
  • Matched to your coordinate system and output format
  • Customizable grid spacing

Use Cases

Terrain modeling, landslides & rock mechanics, investigation and repair, mitigation banking, compliance, flood zone mapping, environmental impact monitoring, and more...
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Airphrame controls a network of remote sensing devices (Airphrames™) that are able to operate over most developed land — both rural and urban — in the United States.

A turnkey data service, Airphrame allows you to obtain aerial data without having to be concerned about vehicle specifications or operations — simply point and click on a map.

What does aerial data include? Digital imagery, 3D models, orthographic maps, and visual analysis.

When business decisions require timely analytics, aerial imagery can be used for measurements, object identification, or change detection — No other system can be in as many places at once or deploy as economically as Airphrame.

As high as 3 cm / px.

Satellites can recognize if there’s a car, Airphrames can distinguish the type.

Want to see your assets across the world at the same time?

Need to know how your sites compare with those of your competitors across the country?

Unlike satellites, there’s no limit to the number of places Airphrame can be at once.

As high as 6cm horizontal and 15 cm vertical.

For geospatial projects we can include Ground Control Points (GCPs). We also partner with experts in photogrammetry to achieve engineering design standards.

Understanding how the physical world changes throughout the day can unveil a wealth of information with which to gauge operational decisions. Satellites and traditional aircraft fail to deliver such precise and timely analytics. Whether you need a picture taken at 11:36am or every hour on the hour, Airphrame can accomodate.

An initial picture can be sent anywhere in the world in less than 5 minutes after capture. A fully processed geospatial dataset can be generated within 24 hours.

All digital information is yours; all physical assets are ours. That means you don’t have to worry about technology getting damaged or outdated.

We’ll take care of the acquisition so you can focus on the data.


The desire to provide timely spatial and analysis data from aerial imagery spans many industries. Our technology is specialized for two sectors: Engineering and Insurance.

Engineering — Airphrame benefits anyone who works with geospatial data by offering a more reasonably priced data source, thus increasing the potential frequency of capture.

Insurance — Airphrame can help reduce insurers’ risk and customers’ premiums by making the world a more deterministic place.


Our primary industry focus is providing mapping services for engineers, geologists, and others that work in the environmental sector. Up-to-date and cost effective remote sensing data can reduce field work and improve the quality of assessments; we are able to increase efficiency by providing environmental consultants with a web based data collection and project management tool.


Our 3D imaging technology is designed to calculate changes in material volumes for inventory and reporting purposes. We provide data for stockpile volumes, period-to-period change, reserve volumes, and more. Additionally, our data streamlines the regulatory compliance and reporting processes.


Our remote sensing capabilities are specifically geared to assist in the assessment of natural resources projects, transmission lines, and other renewable energy infrastructure. Our mapping products can also be used to satisfy regulatory requirements and aid in the operation of municipalities, power utilities, water districts, and sanitation districts. Airphrame offers geospatial solutions that are critical to the monitoring of water infrastructure systems and transmission corridor integrity.


Airphrame provides design and construction support by capturing on demand aerial images and processing data for surveys, topographic mapping, utility investigations, and more. These services are instrumental in helping clients visualize assets and predict the environmental impact of different engineering decisions.

Catastrophe Response

Due to the low mobilization cost of Airphrames™, we are able to react and deliver after events on very short notice: identifying event boundaries, affected properties, and degree of damage.


In underwriting, an underinsured property benefits no one. Airphrame makes sure that every room is covered by allowing for building measurements with far less error than those taken in person or from alternate data sources.


Check on assets with a frequency corresponding to their value. Enable add-on services such a monitoring for nearby brush growth (wildfire prevention), roof deterioration (storm prevention), or activity in second home (theft prevention).


Contribute to risk exposure models with a more detailed database of characteristics including those measured by behavior and changes over time.

About Us

Organizations are increasingly looking to utilize different types of data to provide a better service for their customers; Airphrame provides a wealth of information from the sky.

Our company started in 2012, developing remote sensing products for agriculture. We’ve since grown

our talent and ambition to provide a more universal solution — one where you don’t need to understand or operate any equipment to capture the data you need.

We strive to digitally describe the physical world as it changes, opening up a broad new array of analytics. We hope that you’ll join us as we do.

Meet the leadership that makes this possible:
Bret Kugelmass
MS Stanford Engineering
Former: NASA Goddard
Hao Chen
Flight Systems / Computer Vision
MS Berkeley Engineering
Former: CPCC Lab
Graham Gibbons
Lead Software Engineer
Cooper Union EE
Former: Microsoft
Our company is growing. Want to join?

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