Benefits of Stockpile Measurement
 by Drones and Piloted Aircraft

Equal to or better than LiDAR survey methods 

Considerably lower cost than traditional survey methods 

Reports provided within 24 – 48 hours of inspection 

Eliminates the need to climb on stockpiles – significantly improves employee safety, MSHA compliance and reduces site insurance costs

Improve Decision Making and Planning
Having confidence in the accuracy of your volumetric data allows you to plan smarter and make better decisions with fewer end of year accounting adjustments.

Quick Data Collection
Save significant time and labor – collect an entire site’s data in hours not days

Measure Daily, Monthly, Quarterly and/or Annually

Improve Operating Efficiency and Profitability
Lower internal labor costs and increase inventory knowledge in order to reduce costly stock outs. Utilize your company personnel for their highest and best use which often is not volumetric measurements.

Eliminate Inventory Adjustments and Write-offs
Frequent and Accurate Stockpile Measurements eliminates surprise adjustments

Reduce Capital Expenditures
Eliminate the need to purchase expensive survey measuring equipment

Improve Reporting to Banks and others
Accurate, documented material inventory readily available to support financing

Streamline Inventory Material Audits
Readily available, documented, independent third party inspection with audit history of all material inventories


Brisbane Operations

15/71 Jijaws Street,

Sumner Park, 4074

Gold Coast Operations

45 The Sovereign Mile, Paradise Point, QLD 4216


Ph:    1300 648 378

Mob: 0458 662 207

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Nitestar Security Group

2015 Knowledge Transfer Partnership grant

Australian Certified UAV Operators

The Nitestar Security Group - Drone Technologies security partner
The Australian Certified UAV Operators


Australian Research Centre for Aviation Automation

BOQ Peoples Choice

Australian Security Industry Association Limited

Australian Research Centre for Aerospace Automation (ARCAA), ARCAA is a joint venture between Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Australia's national science agency, CSIRO.