Video: Unmanned Aerial System over Stockpiles

Footage taken from an Unmanned Aerial System over aggregate stockpiles at a mine. UASs are being tested in many ways to explore their ability to improve acquisition and efficiency – in this case to determine volumetric inventories.Learn More
  • 31 Oct, 2014
  • Mark Zeman
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“Making Sense of Sensors”

by Randy Mayden Vice President of Business Development Presented during Texas GIS Conference October 2014 A summary of the evolution of airborne cameras / sensors, from the earliest to the most recent — with an eye on what future models will bring the mapping industry.    Learn More
  • 1 Oct, 2014
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Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing

Infrared remote sensing generates imagery by detecting radiation emitted from the Earth’s surface, opposed to reflected energy (color infrared). Energy particles in matter emit electromagnetic radiation, of minute degrees, which are perceivable by thermal infrared sensors. Since different objects (buildings, vegetation, water, moist soil, road surfaces, etc.) all are comprised of different materials, they allLearn More
  • 3 Jan, 2014
  • Mark Zeman
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