Airborne Imaging active in Fort Vermillion and La Crete, AB

Airborne Imaging will be acquiring data in the Fort Vermillion and La Crete, AB areas in the coming month. The total project area is approximately 15,000 square kilometers. The ALS50-II Leica system will be on this project. Any inquiries for projects in this vicinity can be made to Martin Maric at 403-215-2963.

1200km² LiDAR mapping project in NE B.C. to be completed

Airborne will be undertaking a 1200km² LiDAR mapping project in Northeast British Columbia. Operations will be based out of Fort Nelson. In addition Airborne will be based in Fort St. John to acquire two projects totaling an additional 1,000km² in the same period of time. These projects are expected to complete before mid September filed acquisition.…

Multiple Projects awarded to Airborne Imaging

Airborne has been awarded several new projects to acquire LiDAR and Imagery for forestry, mining and hydro clients in August all based in British Columbia. The base of operations will be in Lillooet, Hope, Williams Lake, Mackenzie, Stewart and Terrace.…

Airborne Imaging is awarded a large pipeline project in NE B.C.

Airborne is proud to announce the award of a large pipeline project in Northeast British Columbia. The Union Pipeline project covers hundreds of linear kilometers and many kilometers in width. It runs from one end of British Columbia to the other. Airborne has been contracted to provide ortho-imagery and LiDAR for this project. Although Airborne has flown many pipeline projects in Canada and the US, this is the largest one of its kind to date based on total square kilometers of flying required. …

Airborne Imaging is awarded acquisition of 4,000km² of LiDAR at Norman Well, NT

Today, Airborne Imaging announces it has begun acquisition of 4,000km² of LiDAR data in and around Norman Well, NT. Airborne is adding all 4,000km² to its library. The data is being acquired at 4 returns per square meter and will be available for public consumption in September 2012.…

Airborne Imaging awarded acquisition of 7 mine sites in BC and Alberta

Airborne Imaging was today awarded the acquisition of 7 mine sites in British Columbia and Alberta for one of Canada’s largest mining companies. Airborne flew all of these sites in 2011 for the same client. “We are always glad when a client returns to sole source a project based on the success of previous projects. We were told the quality of the work our and our best efforts to meet tough timelines is what helped develop this trust with our clients. We are thankful for the opportunity to continue to exceed their expectations,” Area Manager, Jocelyn Parent says.

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Completion of a large mine site in Guatemala

Airborne Imaging today announced it has completed acquisition of a large mine site in Guatemala. The project was flown via helicopter using Airborne ALS 50 LiDAR system and its proprietary mount for the LiDAR unit. The project was comprised of a couple of sites and was completed on budget in the allotted time frame. “We were fortunate with weather, the system performed flawlessly and other than alittle civil unrest, all went as planned, “chuckled Project Manager, Paul Williams. “We had some rioting in a neighboring village and needing to move operations around abit, but the project was not adversely affected. …

Airborne Wins Multiple Flight Projects

Airborne has secured a contract to fly a +400km² site, three separate times in 2012. The client is looking for an accurate cut and fill assessment of the site on three occasions during the spring, mid-summer and fall time frames. This is the third consecutive season Airborne has been awarded this clients work for this application. The LiDAR system is due to be in Northeast Alberta (near Fort McMurray) in early May, early August and early October 2012.…

Airborne Awarded 600km² Project in NEBC

Airborne today announced the award of a project in Northeastern British Columbia. The site is expected to be acquired in June this year and is for one of Airborne’s long standing

oil and gas exploration clients. “We are always glad to work with client’s who have used our services many times. This client has chosen Airborne for over a dozen new acquisition projects in the past. Their need for a stringent safety plan, zero accident or lost time history and good quality data is what allows us to continually provide services to this client. It is Airborne’s number one mandate …

Airborne System in Northern Ontario in April

Airborne has been awarded two mine site projects in Northern Ontario. Total areas are approximately 700km². The sites are expected to be acquired within the first two weeks of April. Airborne will mobilize it latest Leica ALS70 to these projects. In addition, Airborne will be providing aerial imagery and ortho-rectification for the largest of the two sites.…