Drone Mapping Software

Create drone maps and figures in minutes using the best elevation data online, in the Equator platform. Share drone maps with others instantly.

Drone Mapping Software

Join other leading designers on Equator.

Equator Layers

What is Equator?

Equator is an online map-making software for civil engineers, architects, and designers. Equator includes thousands of built-in data sets, like LiDAR and DEMs and easy-to-use design and map making tools. Create accurate, professional maps in minutes!

Create a drone map in Equator

  • Navigate to your location of interest
  • Add contours, LiDAR, or hillshades to your site

  • Add markups, icons and measurements to your drone map

  • Take detailed measurements of the site

  • Share your drone maps with others online or in print

Equator GIS CAD Software Integrations

Integrate your map with other software

We’ve made it easy to integrate into your current workflow to get you up and running without friction.

Equator supports popular GIS and CAD data formats, so map layers like LiDAR can be easily exported to Civil 3D, ArcGIS, Google Earth, or other platforms.

How to Get Started

Step 1

Open Equator, a map-making platform that works in your browser.

Step 2

Create an account by signing up with your favorite email address.

Step 3

Use the built-in search engine and design tools to find elevation data and build your map.

Frequently Asked Questions

A drone map is created by using a drone to take pictures or videos from high up in the sky. This gives us a bird’s eye view of the area that we can use to create maps or plan future construction projects.

Drone mapping can be used for various purposes such as surveying, inspecting buildings or other structures, and even search and rescue missions. The great thing about drone maps is that they provide a much higher level of detail than traditional maps or satellite imagery.

Drone mapping is becoming an increasingly popular way to capture data because it is cheaper and faster than traditional methods like satellite imagery or manned aircraft surveys. Additionally, the resolution of the images captured by drones is often much higher than those captured by other methods. This makes drone mapping a great option for capturing detailed information about an area. Plus, they’re updated in real time so you can see exactly what’s going on in the area you’re looking at.

Drone mapping is becoming increasingly popular among surveyors and GIS analysts. However, they are not limited to just these two, with their applications being made use of by engineers and land developers, with increasing popularity in the construction industry. Anyone who needs a cost-effective, efficient tool to survey features in high detail, in real-time, and features that are near impossible to survey without, will do well to turn to drone mapping.