We excel at forestry-specific aerial photography projects. Jamie (company president) has a degree in forestry and years of experience working in BC forests. Our high resolution orthophotos are an invaluable tool for Forestry management. Utilizing remote sensing skills (theoretical and practical) we try to deliver the best product for your mapping project.
Individual digital air photos are systematically captured along flightlines for the area of interest, then each photo is orthorectified (to remove distortions) and mosaicked together. The resulting orthophoto is a seamless georeferenced image, that can be used in a GIS.
Most urban projects require 10cm pixel size.
A DEM or “lidar-like” digital surface model (DSM) can be generated from overlapping photos. This sample derived from 10cm air photos, resulting in all above ground features accurately mapped.
The Terrasaurus aerial camera and the Flyeye “coastal viewer” software is the perfect solution for coastline surveys.
The following sequence of photos shows the resolution of a single photo:
Typically, we photograph shorelines with 80% photo overlap, ensuring every inch of the shoreline is captured on at least 4 photos.