Engineers usually don’t have clear records of their assets. Even when they do, it doesn’t mean that anyone can find them. Drones have been replacing humans in data capturing, generating data at a speed that is hard for human to manage. This makes record keeping more difficult and most of the data end up not being utilised.


TRIK is an automated software that digitise site record in 3D. We create a digital twin of your asset using only photograph and allow users to make comments and measurement from the 3D model. All data is tagged with its location. Easy to store, search and share.

The Best Drone Mapping
& 3D Reporting Software


Accurate Measurement

Measurements can be made directly from the 3D models (distant, height, area, etc.)

Collaborate Among Teams

Discuss problems with teams live or create a client portal to show progress.

Export To Printable Files

Comments are automatically converted into printable reports.  Data can also be saved to open in other software

Consistent Records

Every comment is auto-tagged with its location and saved  in a preset format.

Easy To Search & Compare

Click on the 3D model to search for records and scroll through timeline to compare changes in 3D.


3D Mapper

Convert photos into digital 3D models. Export to open in CAD/BIM software or open in our online live 3D Viewer.

3D Viewer

Display multiple 2D & 3D data (eg. pictures, CAD or mapped models) in one platform. View via tablet, desktop, or VR/AR.

3D Report

Make measurements or comments on the 3D model. Share results via webapp; 3D reports or printable files.

3D Project Management

Assign tasks, track progress, view current status and discuss among teams from the 3D model in real time.

About Us

Gettrik was established in 2015 by Pae Natwilai, a former oil and gas inspection and maintenance engineer, who was named as one of the rising stars in the Forbes 30 under 30.

The company has since received funding and support from institutions such as Ordnance Survey, InnovateUK, and the Royal Academy of Engineering, as well as entering into a partnership with Department for Transport to digitise rail and infrastructure in the UK.