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March 20, 2013
Tuck Mapping Solutions


4632 Aerial Way
Big Stone Gap, VA 24219
276-523-4669

www.tuckmapping.com

 

Tuck provides surveying and mapping solutions to clients with an emphasis on aerial applications.

Tuck Mapping Solutions provides surveying and mapping solutions to clients with an emphasis on aerial applications. Tuck’s staff of trained professionals have completed more than 15,000 projects, delivering services such as digital and conventional aerial photography, orthophotography, volumetric calculations, conventional and GPS surveys, cross-section surveys, aerial triangulation and digital elevation models and turn-key LiDAR products.

Eagleeye, one of the industry’s first integrated LiDAR and digital camera systems, is revolutionizing how survey data are acquired and analyzed for many applications.

Eagleeye simultaneously obtains LiDAR and digital photography.

The system’s high accuracy and speed of data acquisition make it ideal for highway corridors, transmission lines, site development and other applications. Recently Tuck has integrated Leica’s RCD30 digital camera with Riegl’s online full waveform LiDAR scanners. Tuck currently owns and operates three helicopters equipped with this revolutionary mapping system and two fixed-wing aircraft ready for deployment.

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