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March 10, 2016

Bluesky’s Aerial Laser Maps Drive Creative Golf Course Design

Leicestershire, 10 March 2016 – High resolution aerial photography and 3D terrain maps created from airborne laser surveys are being used to design new golf courses. Creative Golf Design, an award winning firm of golf course architects, regularly downloads the highly detailed images from Bluesky’s online MapShop to provide a map-accurate base onto which course

October 7, 2015

Bluesky Completes Project to Laser Map East Anglia and the South East

Leicestershire, October 7, 2015 — Bluesky has completed a multi-million pound aerial mapping project to assess the impact of vegetation on the electricity network of East Anglia and the South East of England. Working on behalf of UK Power Networks, Bluesky undertook the largest ever combined laser mapping and aerial photography survey commissioned by an electricity distribution

May 7, 2015

PlexiDrone Achieves Canada’s Highest Grossing Crowdfunding Campaign

TORONTO, May 7, 2015 — DreamQii, a robotics company based out of the DMZ at Ryerson University, has led the highest grossing Canadian campaign in Indiegogo's history, raising over $2 million USD (over C$2.5 million) to support the production of PlexiDrone. The small, portable and sophisticated drone can be easily operated by a smartphone or tablet,