Remote sensing allows to obtain qualitative and quantitative data of any area of the Earth’s surface. Usually data are obtained through instrumentation mounted on satellites and sometimes on planes or drones. Information obtained through remote sensing allows to analyze the morphology, composition, structure and evolution of the investigated areas.
GEO Logica applies the analysis of remote sensing data to land monitoring and management, geology, geomorphology and hydrogeology, paleo-environmental studies, precision agriculture and archaeological survey.
The remote sensing data can be used to perform photogrammetric survey of a portion of territory or, at smaller scale, of a structure or an object.
Photogrammetry is widely used in cartography, topography, geology and geomorphology, architecture and archaeology; this technique, created originally for the relief of architectural structures, is currently used for land surveys thanks to its affordability, accuracy and reliability.
Our main use of photogrammetry consists in Architectural Photogrammetry and Terrestrial Photogrammetry, that analyzes both existing data (satellite data and aerial photogrammetric data) and data collected in situ, even by means of UAVs.

Gestione del territorio


Geologia & Geomorfologia


Analisi dei dissesti idrogeologici


Agricoltura di precisione


Archeologia