LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a technology used in aerial mapping that captures three-dimensional information of the Earth’s surface. The sensors emit pulses of light to the ground and uses the time it takes to return to the sensor to measure the distance. This data, along with the airplane’s GPS coordinates, creates a LiDAR point cloud. This process provides extremely accurate elevations at a wide variety of densities.
We offer superior aerial imagery collection services. We accomplish this by using only state-of-the-art cameras and equipment. We employ full-time pilots, sensor operators, project managers, and data processing experts to ensure your project gets delivered in a timely manner and to your specifications.
GIS (geographic information system) Mapping is a system that combines layers of information to create a map for better understanding of a geographic location. These maps are used to communicate, perform analysis, monitor changes, share information and solve problems.
Aerial Surveys International also offers our aircraft services with or without our mapping systems to assist our customers in fulfilling their aerial acquisition project. We modify our aircraft to meet your specific needs.