Geospatial

Empowered by state-of-the-art technology, our Geospatial Team specializes in tailoring precise, custom solutions to your specific needs. Whether it’s mapping a complex roadway system or surveying an otherwise inaccessible location, we offer the expertise to unlock opportunities and drive success.

Harnessing cutting-edge technology, our team has experience mapping diverse landscapes and environments. Explore our comprehensive portfolio of services, designed to provide you with customizable solutions that align seamlessly with your project’s unique requirements and budget constraints.

Mobile LiDAR

Mobile LiDAR gives the ability to drive at highway speeds while collecting 3D data on everything it scans. Road surfaces, topographic features, bridges, signs, poles, etc., can all be captured and brought back to the office for analysis and extraction. From these virtual point clouds, we can provide crack analysis on pavement, bridge clearances, create topographic maps, inventory utilities, signage and more. In addition, we have the capability to collect LiDAR data utilizing specialized off-road and water transport equipment.

Pegasus: Two Ultimate
Mobile LiDAR Collection viewed in Intensity Mode
Picture Courtesy of Leica Geosystems

Pegasus: Two Ultimate

Our highly trained professionals paired with the versatile Leica Geosystems Pegasus: Two Ultimate make a sought-after team. This model is a profiler and allows our team to utilize special features like mapping cities more easily. In addition to seamless 360° image capturing, the image quality is significantly higher compared to other options.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

With over a decade of experience, our Unmanned Aerial Services (UAS) offer unparalleled advantages for making your projects a success. UAS technology enables rapid mission mobilization and data collection, allowing us to survey even the most challenging terrains. From inaccessible locations to areas below cloud cover, our drones can access it all, delivering high-resolution data for precise mapping and analysis. With aerial LiDAR capabilities, we provide high-definition mapping for facility management. Through our online viewing portal, LiDAR data can be viewed easily without the need for specialized software. Our Ortho Photography services support various applications, including mapping, GIS, site development planning and Digital Elevation Models (DEM) to facilitate contouring, volume calculations, and erosion monitoring. Additionally, our Oblique Photography and Videography services are invaluable for tower inspections, site modeling, and progress monitoring. With our comprehensive UAS solutions, we empower engineering projects with unparalleled efficiency and accuracy.

Aerial LiDAR Electrical Transmission and Distribution As-Built Mapping and 3D Visualization
Picture Courtesy of DJI Enterprise

Matrice 300 RTK 

Equipped with the advanced DJI Enterprise Matrice 300 RTK, our team delivers unparalleled results. With features inspired by modern aviation systems, this drone platform sets a new standard in commercial operations. Boasting up to 55 minutes of flight time and 6 Directional Sensing & Positioning capabilities, the M300 RTK ensures reliability and high performance. Its intelligence is complemented by seamless integration, allowing for efficient mapping of cities and beyond. Moreover, the drone’s superior image quality, coupled with seamless 360° image capturing, surpasses other options, guaranteeing exceptional results for our clients.

Ortho Photography

Photogrammetry, a facet of Ortho Photography, simplifies creating detailed maps by combining photos of the ground. This is done by aligning them with control points from existing maps or on-site measurements. By carefully adjusting and fitting these images, our staff can produce accurate surveys, even in areas with varying terrain. This technology not only improves the precision of land mapping but also streamlines the planning and design stages of engineering projects.

Aerial Image Background w/ GIS Overlay

Laser Scanning

Laser scanning stands out as an incredibly efficient surveying method, offering substantial cost savings for your project. Using specialized laser scanners, surveyors can swiftly survey landscapes, structures, and various installations with remarkable speed and precision. This technology is particularly valuable for conducting 3D surveys of large components and intricate structures, providing detailed insights into their layout and arrangement. By leveraging laser scanning, surveyors can streamline surveying processes, optimize resource allocation, and enhance overall project efficiency.

3D Laser Scan Bridge Point Cloud
Facility Scan
3D Laser Scan As-Built Point Cloud

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