Terrestrial Mobile Mapping
Consumers demand timely geospatial data of their immediate surroundings, which includes digital maps, 3D models, and georeferenced images and video. Collecting this information safely, accurately, and cost-effectively requires doing so from a moving vehicle in often difficult conditions and on rough terrain.
Aerial survey is a method of collecting imagery by flying cameras or other sensors over a survey area using airplanes, helicopters or UAVs.
Aerial surveys are necessary for a vast variety of applications including topographic mapping, forestry ground and canopy measurements,
powerline corridor mapping,
Digital Terrain Model (DTM) generation, high-resolution digital imagery, orthophoto production and many more.
Pipelines and refineries
Selecting an area of land for a pipeline requires an
accurate assessment of potential paths.
Each corridor of land will have its own issues: location, current land use, the terrain, existing infrastructure, and environment concerns.
Once built, that pipeline also must be monitored for maintenance planning and security operations.
Inspect Confine areas
Avoid confined space entry by workers and increase their safety by remotely accessing boilers, tanks, pressure vessels, tunnels and other complex environments inside your plant.
Building management activities (leasing, maintenance, repair, remodeling, expansion) and emergency response activities (entering and moving about unknown buildings to render assistance), require accurate maps and/or models of building interiors.
Many existing structures, however, have no accurate blueprints or maps at all.