Drone flying

Ecosure Harnessing Drone Technology for Environmental Assessments

In today’s technology-driven world, drones have emerged as powerful tools across various industries. At Ecosure, they are embracing the potential of drones to revolutionise surveying operations. By utilising different modes of drone operation and providing training to the team, Ecosure is confident in elevating surveying capabilities to new heights and increasing efficiency, accuracy, and overall effectiveness.

Dashboard example of survey data being collected in realtime in the field

Realtime data collection improves accuracy

Real-time data capture in surveys is a powerful tool that has revolutionised the way Ecosure can collect, monitor and report field data. With cloud-based tablet technology, Esri applications such as Field Maps and Survey123 with Ecosure-designed forms, Ecosure can gather data from remote locations more efficiently and accurately than ever before.

Ecosure Celebrates International Women's Day #EmbraceEquity

Ecosure celebrates International Women’s Day

Ecosure celebrated International Women’s Day in March with a morning tea making time to discuss this years theme of #embrace equity not just equality. Reflecting on how we can continue to create a safe, equitable and diverse workplace for all our employees, our team shared their personal stories and experiences of embracing flexible working arrangements that support both their roles within Ecosure as well as other commitments they have outside of work and what the term equity means to individuals and teams.

St Lawrence Wetlands aerial view

Healing Mixed Water on Koinmerburra Country Project to restore St Lawrence Wetlands

Koinmerburra Country in Central Queensland is the Traditional Lands of the Koinjmal People. This Country has places where freshwater meets salt water with wetlands, saltwater plains, mangroves and swamps, known as ‘Mixed Water Country’. Koinmerburra Aboriginal Corporation are collaborating with Ecosure, Firesticks Alliance and Kuril and Currawong to restore the significant wetlands located near the small community of St Lawrence. The ‘Healing Mixed Water on Koinmerburra Country Project’ is funded by the partnership between the Australian Government’s Reef Trust and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, with support from Isaac Regional Council and the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.

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