Category: Geospatial Services

Drones Bring High-Quality Imagery to Subsurface Utility Engineering Projects and More

By Cailey Bechtol and Kasey Hayes As the demand for high-quality subsurface utility engineering (SUE) services grows for municipalities across the country, finding ways to deliver this service efficiently and accurately is paramount. Now there’s a way to bring even more accuracy and peace of mind to municipalities to meet SUE project requirements: using imagery… Read More »

Reimagining Resilience

By Keely Campbell, PG Resilience is the capacity of a system, like a community, to absorb disturbance while preserving its basic function and structure. As our communities become more and more complex, so are the hurdles they face. While efforts to foster community resilience often focus on the ability to recover from adversity, hardy resilience… Read More »

PCI, PASER Provide Road Surface Report Cards

By Mark Petersen, PE, and Richard Kleinmann, PLS Anyone driving a vehicle on a bumpy, rutted, potholed roadway can determine that the road needs attention, but the agencies responsible for funding repairs and replacements need a more reliable, scientific way to determine where limited highway dollars should be invested. About the Expert: Mark Petersen has… Read More »