September 15, 2014
Aircraft have several advantages over satellite platforms when collecting imagery. For example, aircraft can collect data on specific dates and times. Another advantage is the ability to put new sensors in aircraft as technology advances.
January 15, 2013
Old Town, Maine, Jan. 15, 2013—Sewall and its long-term aerial subcontractor Richard Crouse & Associates, Inc. (RC&A), have entered into a teaming agreement to expand mutual capabilities, services and client base in aerial image and LiDAR data acquisition. Under the terms of the agreement, RC&A will lease Sewall’s aircraft and associated aerial equipment, positioning the
March 14, 2011
By Waheed Uddin, professor of civil engineering and director, Center for Advanced Infrastructure Technology (www.olemiss.edu/projects/cait), University of Mississippi, University, Miss. For years, transportation projects have benefitted from aerial photography and ground surveys for land parcel management, route location, topographic surveys, digital terrain modeling and contour generation. Today’s infrastructure planners are fortunate to have a much