Case study: Rapid acquisition of lava flow
In emergency situations, time-sensitive geospatial data must be collected and processed in a rapid and efficient manner while maintaining consistency and quality.
We can mobilize to any site in the main Hawaiian islands in less than 8 hours. This includes not only the ferrying time for the aircraft but also time for flight planning and logistics.
The ability to take our portable camera systems as carry-on luggage allow us to travel to remote sites and install them on local aircraft.
The efficiency of our rapid response data collection and processing is increased by our capacity for aerial triangulation and direct georeferencing using the airborne GPS/IMU data. This is especially advantageous in situations where obtaining ground control points would be too time consuming or even dangerous..