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Airborne Imaging has been awarded a large area LiDAR mapping project in southern Manitoba totaling 2,600km². The site is expected to be collected in March and the data processed and delivered before the middle of May.
“The early spring weather and lack of standing water makes for an early acquisition opportunity,” says Jocelyn Parent, Area Manager at Airborne Imaging in Calgary.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne’s Newest LiDAR System Arrives!
Airborne Imaging is proud to announce it has taken delivery of its newest LiDAR sensor the ALS70-HP, from Leica Geosystems Inc. The system will be added to Airborne’s current Leica and Optech arsenal and should be operational and on-site by the first week of February. “Airborne continues to be the number one wide area LiDAR mapping provider in Canada and one of the largest in North America. With our ever expanding data library, and over 350 clients in North America who use our acquisition or library services, the demand for our products has continued to grow exponentially. Leica was the logical choice. We have had the ALS50 in our production cycle for the past three years and the system has performed exceptionally well. The new ALS70 gives us higher density and productivity. It’s the ideal solution for our business model.” says Martin Maric, Corporate Sales Manager for Airborne Imaging.
If you have any questions about our services, either Airborne or truck mounted LiDAR systems, please call us at 403-215-2963.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne Imaging is pleased to announce the award of a large aerial LiDAR mapping project in the southern US. The site is almost 4,000 square miles and will involve high density aerial LiDAR acquisition. Field operations are scheduled for early 2012. “Airborne has a perfect safety record and a reputation for on-time and high quality data delivery. This client chose us for both our safety organization and history of managing acquisition and delivery of large mapping projects. We have flown dozens of projects throughout the US in similar conditions and look forward to the successful completion and delivery of this project by second quarter,” states Tamra Beauboeuf, Sales Manager for Airborne Imaging, Houston.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne is pleased to announce it has completed delivery of two Mobile Mapping projects in southern Ontario. Both sites were acquired during November and were post processed and delivered on time and on budget. “We are very satisfied with the quality and accuracy the M1 mapping system is achieving. Both of these projects were in heavy traffic areas. By using the mobile mapping LiDAR solution, we were able to acquire the two routes without affecting traffic or placing our staff at risk. Within a couple of weeks, the client received a very high accuracy solution for their CADD system,” says Project Manager, Charles Gauvin.
Airborne operates both aerial and truck mounted LiDAR systems and performs LiDAR surveys throughout North America.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne is pleased to announce the mobilization of two LiDAR systems to Saskatchewan. Airborne Imaging will be acquiring a number of client projects in southern Saskatchewan in the next two weeks. In addition we will begin flying our large library block in the Weyburn area. Airborne hopes to add a number of thousands of square km of area to its library in this region before snow fall.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
We are pleased to announce award of a new contract for our Mobile Mapper in southern Alberta. The project is a transportation and infrastructure corridor within Calgary. The project is scheduled to be acquired before end of October.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne is pleased to announce mobilization of our Lynx M1 Mobile Mapping system to Edmonton, Alberta for acquisition of the two new legs of the light rail transit system.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne Imaging is pleased to announce data refresh programs for its Anzac/Conklin and Pelican Lake areas in north Central Alberta.
Airborne will be refreshing approximately 8,000 square kilometers of its older 2005-2008 library.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne is pleased to announce the signing of a strategic partnership agreement with Dudley Thompson Mapping of Vancouver, BC. The two companies will share technology, collaborate on mapping projects, market each others services, and team on the development of new technologies . “We have worked together on a number of land development and mining projects requiring ortho-imagery and LiDAR in the past,” says Martin Maric of Airborne. “We look forward to expanding this relationship to the Mobile Mapping System. DTM offers proven mapping experience and will be using it to help develop a suite of deliverables for Mobile mapping data.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS
Airborne Imaging took delivery of its new Lynx Mobile Mapping LiDAR system. It is the first of its kind in Western Canada. Equipped with 4 digital cameras and two 500 KHz lasers, it allows Airborne to offer a safe and accurate solution for acquiring engineering quality survey data.
To find out more, contact Martin Maric at 403-215-2963.FILED UNDER: IN THE NEWS