Aerial Surveys

MNG provide aerial surveys throughout Australia, specialising in low level, high accuracy LiDAR, combined with high resolution imagery. Utilising state of the art sensors we can provide a complete range of aerial mapping solutions for projects of all sizes to clients.

Data is rapidly captured over built up or sensitive areas with minimal impact, and is used for design, monitoring, engineering and environmental studies wherever larger areas need to be surveyed, efficiently, safely and discreetly.


MNG undertake aerial surveys for a range of clients across Australia, including land developers, local governments, mining ventures, engineering and environmental consultants.

Our expertise assists clients with:

    • Environmental impact studies
    • Urban forestation
    • Vegetation mapping and monitoring
    • Coastal mapping and hazard identification

    • Urban infill planning and non-intrusive surveying
    • Terrain modelling, volumes and feature mapping

    • Flora and Fauna tracking
    • Flood studies
    • Change detection

    • Infrastructure design and planning
    • Asset mapping

Our ability to quickly mobilise to site anywhere across Australia is a key benefit to our clients. Our aerial laser scanners enable you to quickly capture hundreds of hectares per day in an economical manner. The dense coverage of accurate survey points guides decision making for a range of applications safely, efficiently and with zero impact on the land holder. Every feature the beam strikes, above and on the ground can be recorded, even penetrating vegetated areas.

In addition to LiDAR, oblique or overhead imagery can be simultaneously captured with laser scanning. This forms the basis of ortho-mosaics and 3D visualisation solutions.

Fully Certified

MNG aerial survey systems and aircrew are compliant with Civil Aviation and Safety Authority regulations and safety procedures for conducting aerial surveys.

All surveys are undertaken with the stringent safety plans and operating within and around busy and restricted airspaces is achieved with meticulous planning