Pegasus Airborne Systems is a spin off and sister company to the long running and very successful Atlas Geophysics. Pegasus Airborne’s focus is the acquisition of ultra-high resolution airborne geophysical data, primarily magnetics and photogrammetry but also incorporating other geophysical methods, using autonomous unmanned survey aircraft, as well as the ongoing development of UAV survey aircraft and geophysical survey systems. Over the last five years Pegasus’ team of UAV, electronic, and software engineers, along with our geophysicists, have developed a range of fully autonomous unmanned geophysical survey aircraft and specialised UAV mounted airborne geophysical survey systems.
The company has developed a range of autonomous aircraft including fixed wing, rotary wing and multi-rotor configurations ensuring that the right aircraft is tailored to the right payload to make every project a success. Along with airborne magnetics and photogrammetry, the company can also acquire other data types such as LIDAR, multispectral and hyperspectral.
Paired up with Atlas Geophysics, the team can offer total airborne and ground geophysical solutions second to none, with all projects professionally executed to a high and more importantly, safe standard. As a team, Pegasus and Atlas have the expertise and the tools to deliver every time, anywhere in Australia or internationally, for more information on our UAV services please view our UAV services page.
Reasons to use a Pegasus UAV survey over a conventional manned survey are: