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Large Scale Aerial Mapping in Marlborough
Meet the Fleet - Trinity F90+
Meet the Fleet - Matrice 300 RTK
Drone to deliver safe boating messages in the Marlborough Sounds
Marlborough company to shoot whales 'by the book' with drone permit
Bird’s eye view as falcon meets drone
Turbine-powered drone aimed at farming sector displayed by GCH UAV at Agricultural Show
GCH Aviation has bases NZ-wide and experience in helicopter and fixed wing services. It entered the UAV sector in Marlborough about two years ago and now flys electric drones to map farms and vineyards to monitor for pests, diseases and growing stresses such as moisture and nitrogen deficiencies.
Drone and music combine for uplifting summer concert series in Marlborough
Punters will be able to slap on a pair of goggles and get previously unseen, 360- degree views of Renwick, Picton and Pollard Park thanks to a drone camera.
GCH UAV trial worlds most advanced drone in Christchurch
One of just thirty in the world, its versatility is its selling point. “In Switzerland, they started doing things like snow bombing for avalanche control. In Malaysia and Indonesia I believe they are doing search and rescue and support for that, so we think it’s a national fit for New Zealand.” - Daniel Currie, C.E.O
The drone is powered by a gas turbine engine and can carry up to 40 kilograms. Search and rescue, emergency services, and the private sector all see its potential.
Human drone falls into new line of work at the biggest private aviation company in New Zealand
Colin is now a member of the biggest private aviation company in New Zealand, GCH Aviation Group, which just opened a UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) division. Aitchison moved to Blenheim in part to offer his multi-spectral imaging techniques to people growing grapes. It was used to help diagnose stressors in “high-value crops”, sometimes weeks before the human eye could spot them.
Their office is full of the latest and greatest gadgets; their newest drone is worth $75,000 with its camera alone costing $30,000.