What We Do

Land Surveying and Engineering Consultancy in Uganda

Land surveying and Mapping
Land surveying and Mapping

This is inclusive of cadastral, topographic and engineering surveying. It is an aspect of spatial measurements, representation, analysis, retrieval and display of spatial data concerning both the Earth's physical features and the built environment.

The different types of surveying carried out by Landsat Surveyors and Engineers ltd arises from the technological skills and competencies in service provision of the company personnel that has been gained overtime.

Engineering Consulting and Project Management
Engineering Consulting and Project Management

The engineering section offers design, design and build, management and supervision of civil and structural engineering works.

The main areas covered by this department include:- Industrial structures, irrigation systems, structural steel designs, reinforced concrete design, roads bridges and drainage, multi-storey building as well as project management.

Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing
Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing

Landsat surveyors and engineers ltd has the capacity and competency to undertake aerial photography for both small and large projects.

It involves acquisition of data from airborne and space borne platforms. Aerial photography uses aerial photographs taken from a flying aircraft to produce planimetric and topographic maps.

Effective use of ground control then enables the aerial photographs to be carefully compared and registered to the location and characteristics of features identified in ground level surveys.

Geographic Information Systems and Geo-database Development
Geographic Information Systems and Geo-database Development

Geographic information system (GIS) is among the most exciting and powerful geomatics decision making tools in the world.

Landsat Surveyors and Engineers ltd uses computer technology to integrate, manipulate and display a wide range of information to create a picture of an area’s geography, environment and socio-economic characteristics.

We start by   using a computerized topographic map as a base map, then add GIS overlays and integrate.