Airborne awarded LiDAR Collection in California in mudslide areas

Airborne has been awarded a large area LiDAR project in central Ventura County, CA of 464 square miles. Specifications to meet QL-1 (>8 returns) density and accuracy.  Collection will be done using one of our Riegl LMS-Q1560 sensors. Completion for early February.…

Airborne Awarded Wide Area-High Density Project in Louisiana

Airborne is pleased to announce the award of a 5,300 square miles of LiDAR acquisition in Louisiana for collection of QL-1 (>8 returns) specifications. The site will be flown using Airborne’s VQ1560i LiDAR sensors and is scheduled for completion in February.…

Airborne Completes Collection of Powerline LiDAR Program in CA

Airborne has completed LiDAR collection for 5,700 linear miles of powerline in North and Central California. Collection was conducted at an average density of 30 returns per square meter using a Riegl VQ1560i.…

Airborne awarded Another Southern Ontario LiDAR Project

Airborne has completed the acquisition of 7,000 square miles of LiDAR in South Dakota at QL-2 accuracy specification but >4 returns density. The project was flown between November 1 and December 15 using two Riegl LMS Q-1560 Riegl sensors.…

Airborne Takes Possession of Second Riegl VQ1560i LiDAR Sensor

Airborne is pleased to announce it has taken possession of its second Riegl VQ1560i. This increases our arsenal to 4 Riegl sensors (2- LMS Q-1560 and 2- VQ1560i) and 2 Leica ALS70-HP…

Airborne awarded Missouri LiDAR Project

Airborne is pleased to announce it has been awarded a project in Missouri of 3,800 square miles. The site will be collected before mid-December to meet QL-2 specifications.…

Airborne awarded Another Southern Ontario LiDAR Project

Airborne is pleased to announce it has been awarded a project in southern Ontario for a Conservation Authority to collect LiDAR for 1,060 square km. Collection will be based on a density of >10 returns per square meter to meet 10cm vertical accuracy. Collection will begin in spring 2018.…

Airborne Imaging has moved to a new location

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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.…