As the volume, velocity, and variety of the data generated to address worldwide geospatial needs has steadily grown, advances in the systems and algorithms needed to produce spatial and temporal resolution data have not kept pace.
From mapping catchments to inspecting dams, there’s a solid future for UAS technology at public utility companies like the Salt River Project in Arizona
Emesent Hovermap was used by Harkin Aerial to conduct internal and external scans of assets for Walden Environmental Engineering. This resulted in simplified and streamlined projects with improved efficiency.
Rapidly moving forward in a pandemic and beyond It has been an exciting year in the MAPPS community! While much of the nation was somewhat idle, our MAPPS members were actively supporting our nation’s needs from our offices, at job sites, and remotely at our homes, fulfilling needs emanating from federal, state, and local government...
How airborne lidar and hyperspectral imaging helps improve America’s green space and, ultimately, our quality of life
Using a single-beam laser to create a mapping profile in the Amazon jungle was a hint at aerial technologies to come