Tag: Orthoimagery

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 »

UAS Technology Delivers Precise Orthoimagery, Quality Inspections

By Paul Crocker The latest in drone-mounted medium format metric camera technology delivers benefits to clients who require high-precision orthoimagery over areas that are too small for a traditional manned aircraft approach or who need superior-quality inspection imagery delivered by unmanned aerial systems (UAS). About the Expert: Paul Crocker, an FAA certified UAS pilot with… Read More »

Can Mapping Save Lakes from Perils of Soil Erosion?

By Zachary Nienow, GISP Culvert mapping and culvert asset management have been hot topics at the local, state, and even federal level lately. Runoff from rainfall events can carry nutrients away and transport soil to rivers and lakes. Site-specific and watershed-based factors can impact erosion, leading to sediment loading and other water and aquatic habitat… Read More »