This paper presents the results of an aerial survey taken over prehistoric and Roman era archaeological sites in southern Moravia and north-west Bohemia. The images were acquired by both aircraft and RPAS, equipped with a variety of sensors (such as multispectral, RGB, infrared, red-edge and thermal cameras), to serve as a source of information for archaeologists about the existence of unknown sites (hitherto not evidenced). The non-invasive character of remotely sensed data which brings important data on the buried archaeological features is valuable and, at the same time, more careful to archaeological heritage in contrast to traditional excavation methods.
For ecologically valuable areas monitoring, precise agriculture and forestry, thematic maps or small GIS are needed. Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) data can be obtained on demand in a short time with cm resolution. Data collection is environmentally friendly and low-cost from an economical point of view. This contribution is focused on using eBee drone for mapping or monitoring national natural reserve which is not opened to public and partly pure inaccessible because its moorland nature. Based on a new equipment (thermal imager, multispectral imager, NIR, NIR red-edge and VIS camera) we started new projects in precise agriculture and forestry.