Susan Muleme Kasumba to host “LiDAR 301 – How do I do it? Software Applications” for BeSpatial

Susan Muleme Kasumba to host “LiDAR 301 – How do I do it? Software Applications” for BeSpatial / urisa ontario. This webinar will be on December 6, 2018 and show you how to use your LiDAR data in ESRI ArcGIS, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Bentley MicroStation and Global Mapper. Visit https://www.urisaontario.ca/event-3124203 from more information and to register.…

Airborne exhibits at the Engineers and Geoscientist of British Columbia Conference

Airborne Imaging was an exhibitor at the Engineers and Geoscientist of British Columbia Conference (www.egbc.ca) in Vancouver. The conference brought together engineers, geoscientists, technologists, faculty, government representatives, students and other members of the community. Airborne Imaging took the opportunity to showcase our experience in providing high quality LiDAR products for our engineering clients.…

Airborne Imaging awarded LiDAR acquisition projects for three Ontario Conservation Authorities

Airborne Imaging awarded LiDAR acquisition projects for three Ontario Conservation Authorities. The requirements for the projects, totalling over 1000square kilometers, include both USGS LiDAR Base Specifications (QL0) and Canadian Federal Airborne LiDAR Data Acquisition Guidelines. The projects will be flown this fall in leaf-off and snow free conditions. For more information please contact Susan Muleme Kasumba; 613-809-1907 or susank@airborneimaginginc.com

Susan Muleme Kasumba set to deliver LiDAR for Dummies Webinar for BeSpatial / URISA Ontario

Susan Muleme Kasumba, Airborne Imaging’s Business Development Manager and  BeSpatial/URISA Ontario’s Eastern Section Director, is set to deliver LiDAR for Dummies Webinar for BeSpatial / URISA Ontario on Tuesday September 18 (https://www.urisaontario.ca/event-3047656).  This webinar will introduce five publications that are available, the highlights of each specification and how to use them in a way that will benefit your project and your stakeholders.…

Airborne Imaging acquired 23,000 km2 of LiDAR in New Brunswick.

Airborne Imaging completed the LiDAR acquisition component of Service New Brunswick Orthophoto, LiDAR and EFI Program. We completed over 23,000 square kilometres of acquisition in less than 3 months using a Riegl LMS-Q 1560 and a Riegl VQ-1560i scanner.…

Airborne delivers LiDAR data to Halton Conservation, under our GTA Licensed LiDAR Library program

Airborne Imaging delivers LiDAR data to Halton Conservation, under our GTA Licensed LiDAR Library program. Under this program, municipalities within the Conservation Authority’s jurisdiction will receive a generous discount when purchasing LiDAR data for their area. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) received LiDAR data from the Library in 2016, and municipalities throughout their jurisdiction have taken advantage of our program, as did Credit Valley Conservation. Please contact susank@airborneimaginginc.com for more information.…

Susan Muleme Kasumba is leading URISA Ontario’s initiative to mentor students and new Graduates

Airborne Imaging’s Susan Muleme Kasumba, as URISA Ontario’s Eastern Section Director (urisaontario.ca), is leading URISA Ontario’s initiative to mentor students and new Graduates in the Geospatial sector. URISA Ontario is Sponsoring all Ontario GoGeomatics’s Back-to-School Socials (www.gogeomatics.ca), and students will gain a free one year membership to URISA Ontario. Ontario Socials will be held in Kingston, Ottawa, Peterborough, Thunder Bay, Toronto, London, Kitchener and Niagara. Please contact susank@airborneimaginginc.com for more information.…

Airborne Imaging has ordered our 5th Reigl Sensor, a 1560i

Airborne Imaging has ordered our 5th Reigl Sensor, a 1560i. We have found this sensor to provide superior acquisition capabilities in various types of terrain, especially the challenging mountains of British Columbia. This sensor also allows us to collect data more efficiently, and more quickly. Having a 5th Reigl will enable to better serve our clients in the busy spring and fall leaf-off seasons. And also allows us to dedicate several sensors to large projects so they can be completed quickly, taking advantage of good weather windows. Please contact susank@airborneimaginginc.com for more information.…

Airborne Imaging completes LiDAR acquisition for a mining exploration company in northern Ontario.

Airborne Imaging completes LiDAR acquisition for a mining exploration company in northern Ontario. Data was acquired at 10pts per square meter over more than 1,000 square kilometers in June. Our client will be using the data for remote reconnaissance, permitting, and other exploration related activities. Please contact susank@airborneimaginginc.com to find out how LiDAR can help with mining projects.…

Airborne has begun acquisition on the final segment of Service New Brunswick’s LiDAR, Orthophoto and Enhanced Forest Inventory (EFI) Program

Airborne has begun acquisition on the final segment of Service New Brunswick’s LiDAR, Orthophoto and Enhanced Forest Inventory (EFI) Program. We will be acquiring leaf-on data; LiDAR over 23,000 square kilometers, orthophoto over 17,000 square kilometers provided by our partner First Base Solutions of Markham, ON, and EFI provided by our partner Forsite Consultants of Salmon Arm, BC. This project will span into 2019 and is partially funded by the Federal “National Disaster Mitigation Program”, or NDMP. Please contact susank@airborneimaginginc.com for more information.…