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Airborne awarded another project in Oklahoma for December 2016

Airborne is pleased to announce award for another 7,162 square miles (18,621 square km) of LiDAR projects in Oklahoma to commence in December 2016. Airborne will be committing two systems to this project to attempt full collection by January.…

Airborne Completes LiDAR Program in Idaho

Airborne is pleased to announce the completion of 2,027 square miles (5,300 square km) of LiDAR acquisition in western Idaho in extremely rugged mountainous terrain, to meet QL1 And QL2 USGS specifications. The project was flown in 2 weeks using Airborne’s Riegl LMS Q-1560 LiDAR sensors. The sites were flown for parts of a large federal mapping initiative.…

Fall Program for Fort McMurray completed

Airborne has completed all of its regularly scheduled fall collection for the mine site clients in the Fort McMurray region for 2016, for both LiDAR and imagery. Airborne will be returning in May to continue with the 2017 programs.…

Airborne pleased to announce successful completion of projects in Wyoming and Oklahoma

Airborne has successfully completed acquisition of a 1533 square mile (4,000 square km) site in Wyoming and a second 611 square mile (1,590 square km) site in Oklahoma. The projects were both for oil and gas exploration.…

Airborne awarded another Quebec mapping project

Airborne is pleased to announce it was recently awarded another 2,714 square km project on the Gaspe Peninsula for fall 2016. The site is part of a large provincial mapping initiative.…

British Columbia Mine Site Award

Airborne is pleased to announce we have been awarded the LiDAR and ortho-imagery contract for 6 mines sites in British Columbia and one in Alberta for a major mining client. This is the fourth time Airborne will be flying these sites for the client for their yearly program. All data is scheduled for delivery end of November.…

Airborne awarded one of largest single award high accuracy contracts in Canadian LiDAR history

Airborne is pleased to announce it has been awarded a +30,000 square km LiDAR mapping project for southern Ontario. The data is being flown to meet QL0 USGS accuracy specifications. Airborne was awarded this project due to our experience performing high accuracy LiDAR collection and our system and processing capacity as Canada’s largest LiDAR acquisition company. The project will be flown leaf of in fall 2016 and spring 2017.…

Airborne pleased to announce a new Quebec project for Summer 2016

Airborne has been awarded another large site in eastern Quebec totaling 6,372 square km. The site is to be flown during our summer campaign in Quebec, and bring the total acquisition programs in Quebec to over 33,000 square km for summer 2016.…

Airborne purchases second Riegl LMS Q-1560 LiDAR sensor

Airborne is pleased to announce we have taken delivery of our second Riegl LMS Q-1560 LiDAR sensor. These systems are ideal for high density acquisition programs in mountainous terrain and are full waveform sensors. The system will be immediately deployed into operations and brings Airborne arsenal to 6 airborne LiDAR sensors.…