ACQUIRING AND EXTRACTION OF INFORMATION COLLECTED BY UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES AND OMNIDIRECTIONAL CAMERAS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS THROUGH MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
Keywords: UAV, aerial survey, omnidirectional cameras, management software, public administration, GIS, mobile mapping
Abstract. The growth of technology for aerial and land mapping, as well as information management, has made great progress over the past decade. When we talk about public administration, we envision a sector lacking the use of these new features, as it has been using old models of data acquisition and information management, however slowly opening their eyes to this inevitable advance.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), 360° mapping and Management Software, integrated with a Geographic Information System (GIS), are the latest trend in city management. These features offer quality, agility and reliability, generating an increase in the municipality's total revenue, along with reducing costs throughout the registration and control process.
The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the methodologies applied in the phases of air and ground data acquisition, their processing and generated products, the collection of information from city halls and the import of existing data into Tecsystem's management software, as well as the different applications of the information in various secretariats of the public municipal administration.