Orthomosaic maps are created from data flights that capture numerous images and their associated data. The images are processed post flight to produce a georeferenced map that is current to the day it was flown. Orthomosaic maps made with drones show great detail because of the high quality cameras used, and low flight altitude. Area, distance, and volume measurements can be easily be taken from an orthomosaic map. There are many applications for these maps because they can be created quickly and more affordably than traditional methods. This is especially helpful for rapidly changing environments where progression of the site needs to be monitored and recorded. Drainage, erosion, and construction are just a few examples.