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April 13, 2017

National Trust Deploys Laser Survey Aircraft from Bluesky to Map in 3D

The UK’s National Trust has turned to aerial laser mapping to create accurate 3D models of the Dudmaston Hall estate in Shropshire. Working with aerial mapping company Bluesky, the Trust plans to improve access to the historically and culturally important estate. Measurements captured using aircraft mounted lasers have been used to create the 3D visualisations

March 28, 2017

Bluesky Launches New Online Resource for Geographic Information of Ireland

Aerial mapping company Bluesky has launched a new online Mapshop to serve the rapidly expanding mapping and geographic information industry in Ireland. With tens of thousands of square kilometres of new data available to view and download, this is the largest and most up to date collection of geographic information focused on a market with

March 23, 2017

UK’s Bluesky Acquires U.S. Aerial Survey Company Col-East

North Adams, Massachusetts – British aerial mapping innovator Bluesky International is expanding its business into North America following the acquisition of Col-East Inc (www.col-east.com), a Massachusetts-based aerial survey company. Col-East has been mapping the Northeast United States for 65 years and will continue as Col-East International Ltd., forming the U.S. arm of Bluesky.   Founded in

February 22, 2017

Bluesky Announces New Online Flood Risk Map of the UK

Feb 21, 2017 -- A groundwater flood risk map of the UK is being made widely available for the first time. Created by JBA Consulting and available online from aerial mapping company Bluesky, the map is designed to help home owners, developers and risk management authorities understand the threat of groundwater flooding. The new colour

February 10, 2017

Bluesky Granted Innovation Funding for Mobile Phone Mapping Project

Geographic data specialist Bluesky has secured funding from the UK government’s innovation agency, Innovate UK, to investigate the potential of mobile phones for capturing accurate 3D spatial information. Designed to reduce the costs of monitoring and managing essential infrastructure, such as overhead electricity cables, and mitigate the effects of potentially damaging vegetation, the Bluesky led

January 30, 2017

Bluesky Announces 2017 Flying Plans for Ireland

Aerial mapping specialist Bluesky has announced ambitious plans for the forthcoming 2017 Irish flying season. Already dedicated to producing a high quality orthophoto base for the whole of the Republic of Ireland, together with derived and complementary data products such as 3D height models and Colour Infrared imagery, Bluesky has committed additional resources to fulfil

January 20, 2017

Bluesky and Bird.i Join to Widen Access to Aerial Imagery

Bird.i, the premiere global platform for accessing the world’s best satellite, airborne and drone imagery, has today announced that it has closed a strategic partnership agreement with leading British aerial image supplier Bluesky International Ltd. Bird.i is partnering with Bluesky to provide real-time on-line visualisation of the most accurate aerial images over the UK and

November 11, 2016

Bluesky 3D Laser Maps AONB for Archaeological Studies

Aerial mapping company Bluesky has used aircraft mounted lasers to create 3D maps of potentially important archaeological sites in Devon, England. Funded by Historic England (formerly English Heritage), the LiDAR surveys were commissioned by Devon County Council’s Historic Environment team with support from the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and The East

September 29, 2016

Bluesky’s Aerial Thermal Surveys Helps Enfield Identify Illegal Dwellings

Sep 28, 2016 -- The UK’s Enfield Council is using aerial maps from Bluesky to identify outbuildings used illegally for residential purposes. The problem of ‘beds in sheds’ is growing nationally, with nearly 40,000 inspections across the UK resulting in over 3,000 landlords facing further enforcement action or prosecution since 2011. Earlier this year, the

September 22, 2016

New Bluesky and University of Leicester Joint Venture to Tackle Air Pollution

EarthSense Systems, a joint venture between aerial mapping company Bluesky and the UK's University of Leicester, is set to spearhead innovations in air quality monitoring. Building on more than four years of collaboration between the two organisations, the new company will initially focus on delivering static sensors, data modelling and derived datasets to UK local

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