Tag Archives: aerial imagery

Easing Post-Disaster Pain

High-resolution aerial imagery of the Colorado Marshall Fire burn area expedited insurance claim process. With a long career in emergency management, Richard Butgereit is well aware of the devastating impact of natural disasters; however, his normal role is monitoring the event from afar and facilitating the assistance needed afterward. On December 30, 2021, in suburban...

xyHt Digital Magazine: May 2022

Like a good surveyor, xyHt’s May issue covers a lot of ground, bringing you stories about UAV/UAS, Lidar, Aerial Imagery and Mapping. As always, if you don’t have a subscription to our print edition, or if someone else in the office has snaffled your copy, don’t fret, here is the digital edition. Click here or on...

Located to Mobilize Anywhere in the Continental U.S.

Midwest Aerial Photography is growing to meet our customers’ needs. Celebrating 32 years in business this year, we are capable of deploying a highly-skilled airborne data collection crew equipped with industry leading digital acquisition technology to any location in the United States and much of Canada on short notice. We take pride in our ability to...

xyHt Weekly News Links: 9/15/17

Tallysman introduces new high-gain GNSS antennas Taoglas launches comprehensive range of high-precision GNSS antennas NICB Makes Aerial Imagery from Harvey and Irma Available to Public Hazard and Evacuation Map Now Available for Hurricane Irma Affected Areas Drone swarm management software UgCS DDC enriched with ArtNET

The Pentagon, the headquarters of the U.S. military, as captured by nearmap.

Mapping as a Service

Fueled by the convergence of cloud computing, digital automation, and internet distribution, subscription mapping creates new opportunities. Subscription aerial mapping sets out to rid the industry of its dated legacies. One in particular is the commissioning of aerial mapping projects. The process can be bureaucratic, expensive, and subject to a long approval. This could lead...

Feature: Carpe Caelum! (Seize the Sky!)

A successful UAS project in North America tests the mettle of crew and craft as they gather high-resolution aerial imagery in both forested and swampy terrain, sandwiched between two active military facilities. By John Stenmark, LS Editor’s Note: Yes! Private surveying firms can use UAS on real projects (at least in Canada). We bring you...