Land and Sea Country Managers

Reach Your Goals with Centralised, Managed Drone Data

GeoNadir hosts drone images from around the world to map and monitor global ecosystems.

Upload your raw drone mapping images onto your free GeoNadir account, a great place to manage and store all your drone images. Oh, did we mention that your account is free and you can upload as many images as you like.

It’s really that easy! Follow our step-by-step process here.
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Why Join?

As a land / sea country manager have you experienced any of the following frustrations?
Capturing drone data is the easy part – but I have so much of it now, it’s so hard to find and manage!
The software and hardware required to process my drone data is too expensive and hard to use!
I need some help to know the best way to capture data to achieve my management outcomes!
I don’t have the time to capture data myself, I wish I knew some drone pilots who could help!

Then you’re going to love the GeoNadir platform because...

Capturing drone data is the easy part – but I have so much of it now, it’s so hard to find and manage!

With more than 20 years experience in geospatial science and tertiary education, we are here to help you capture data beyond pretty pictures
We are community-driven to empower local to global connections and collaboration
We will save you hours of data management time. Never lose your data again!
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Features Coming...

GeoNadir’s functionality is far from finished and we have huge ambitions! We want your help to make our very long wish list happen, which includes:


Continually developing machine learning and artificial intelligence to automate data processing


Automating the process to create fast, cost-efficient orthomosaics and 3D models with your data


Co-creating our platform to help save our most at-risk ecosystems, and adding functionality to ignite collaborations

Data Hunts

Supporting researchers and organisations with ‘Data Hunts’ to access aerial images they need within priority ecosystems