Aerial photography and cinematography
We offer professional aerial photography and cinematography solutions in Taiwan using our self-desinged octocopter and hexacopter to safely and efficiently obtain the aerial photographs or films you require with detail and precision that just can't be achieved with traditional aerial photography. SHOO™ has a experienced crew to plan and execute your shots. All aerial photographs and films on this site are our own works.
Large scale orthographic imagery
We offer precise orthographic imagery production service. Orthography is typically used in mapping and environmental planning and also for monitoring changes. Digital orthophotos are commonly included as an element in geographic information or map production systems. Orthophotos are produced according to a sheet line system and our terrain resolution, or pixel size, is generally within 20 cm.
Digital Terrain Model (DTM) Modelling
Digital terrain model (DTM) can be used to study terrain transition, flooding simulation, field survey, etc. In the past it took lots of human resources to model it. However, SHOO™ offers a brand-new approach to build DTM by applying UAV, which can build a more precise model with less time and manpower. The general accuracy can be 10 cm at a flying height of 300 m.
Land inspection, surveying, and analysis
We offer land inspection and land analysis service. Land inspection can be achieved by aligning several orthophotos and models obtained from specific areas. The land cover information can thus be analyzed, such as estimating the area or volume of certain target on a terrain.
UAV Hardware development
As a scientific-based agency, we are continually investing in the research and development of advanced unmanned aerial technologies to make them easier to use and more reliable, and for more and more practical uses from applications in the cinematography, advertising, law enforcement, and farming industries, to many more. Our product and R&D roadmap seeks to fulfill our vision for a world in which flying cameras are as popular as DSLR cameras are today.