Tag: Aerial Imagery

Coming Full Circle: 360-Degree View Aids Projects

By Paul Crocker Everything from shopping to schooling has seemingly gone virtual these days. Taking 360° virtual project tours is now possible too. If you have questions, we have answers: About the Expert: Paul Crocker is a project manager in our survey group. He performs and oversees unmanned aerial system (UAS) missions, coordinates UAS pilots… Read More »

WLIA Recognizes Derringer for Outstanding Contribution

The Wisconsin Land Information Association has awarded its 2019 Outstanding Contribution Award to Adam Derringer, GISP. Derringer is a project manager in our aerial mapping group. The Outstanding Contribution Award is given to an individual or organization that has made a substantial contribution to WLIA activities or the Wisconsin Land Information Program. Derringer has been… Read More »

Geospatial Technology Evolving But Rooted in Fundamentals

By Zach Nienow, GISP, and Aaron Sale Drones. HD scanning. 3D surface modeling. The technological tools of the trade are ever evolving in the geospatial industry. Ever wonder if the basic principles of photogrammetry still matter? They do! And if you ask us, the science behind aerial imagery and photogrammetry is more relevant today than… Read More »