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February 16, 2016

Bluesky Sponsors UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Expansion in Kenya

Leicestershire, UK, 16 February 2016 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky is aiding the expansion of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Kenya. Working with Cranfield University, the UK based aerial survey specialist will provide financial and technical support for the project that will use remotely sensed data, such as aerial photography, satellite imagery and 3D height

February 10, 2016

Bluesky Aerial Laser Survey Answers National Trust Landscape Questions

Leicestershire, UK, — An aerial laser survey is helping the UK's National Trust create a 3D map of historically important details of a Grade I listed park in Gloucestershire, England. Bluesky conducted the LiDAR survey to help the National Trust gain a better understanding of the significance of the extensive park and gardens at Lodge Park

January 27, 2016

Bluesky Boosts Drone Survey Offering with Cyberhawk Partnership

Leicestershire, UK, 27 January 2016 — Aerial mapping company, Bluesky, is partnering with airborne inspection and surveying expert, Cyberhawk, to provide a broader range of aerial survey and mapping services through the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) otherwise known as drones. The collaboration will allow Bluesky’s customers to take advantage of the rapid data collection

January 20, 2016

Bluesky Revolutionises Aerial Photomap Production with Microsoft UltraMap

Leicestershire, UK, 20 January 2016 — Aerial mapping company Bluesky has revolutionised the production of aerial photography, reducing the time taken to process the terabytes of data captured by more than 75 percent. Following a major research project, the team at Bluesky’s Leicestershire production facility has implemented a Vexcel UltraMap system, which has allowed for the

January 7, 2016

Bluesky Thermal Maps Highlight Heat Loss from Shropshire Homes and Businesses

Leicestershire, UK, January 7, 2016 — A night time thermal imaging project is helping Shropshire Council improve energy efficiency and affordable warmth levels for residents and businesses across the county. Undertaken by aerial mapping company, Bluesky, and funded by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), the thermal survey used specialist sensors to accurately record heat loss

December 17, 2015

Bluesky Partners FATMAP to Create Interactive 3D Ski Maps

Aerial mapping company Bluesky is working with FATMAP to create ultra-high resolution 3D mobile maps of the world’s major ski resorts and other popular outdoor pursuit destinations. Bluesky recently completed a pilot project for FATMAP, capturing aerial photography and generating detailed height models in order to create a highly detailed 3D map of the Big

December 9, 2015

Bluesky’s 3D Aerial Maps Inform Flood Risk Assessments for Planning Applications

Leicestershire, December 9, 2015 — Aerial photography and detailed 3D height models of the UK are being used to assess the risk of flooding, and help development projects progress through the planning process.  Working with Betts Hydro, part of engineering consultancy group Betts Associates, the geographic datasets from Bluesky are providing ground level information for use

December 3, 2015

Bluesky Achieves Irish Aerial Survey Milestone

Leicestershire, UK, December 3 2015 — Aerial mapping company Bluesky is celebrating a successful 2015 flying season in Ireland. Having captured nearly 10,000 square kilometres of high resolution aerial photography, Bluesky is well on the way to achieving its ambitious plans to capture high resolution aerial photography for the whole of Ireland. Bluesky is also pleased to

November 19, 2015

Bluesky Aerial Thermal Map Helps Keep Herefordshire Residents Warm

Leicestershire, UK, November 19, 2015 — An aerial thermal survey to assess heat loss from homes is being used by Herefordshire Council to raise awareness of poor home energy efficiency, reduce fuel poverty and support vulnerable residents. The survey by aerial mapping company Bluesky has been used to produce colour coded heat loss maps that are

November 12, 2015

Bluesky Aerial Laser Survey set to Reveal Hidden Bronze-Age Archaeology

Leicestershire, UK, November 12 2015 — LiDAR is being employed to reveal the hidden archaeology of a Bronze-Age hill settlement in Lancashire, England. Visually, the archaeological features are very difficult to see, but the Bluesky laser survey, commissioned by the Morecambe Bay Partnership, is expected to reveal previously undiscovered details of the settlement at Warton Crag. Identified as

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