Aurora Energy Powerline Vegetation Encroachment
Using satellite imagery to identify vegetation encroachment on powerlinesRead More
Blatchford Field Runway Volume Measurement
UAVs help provide an accurate, independent measure of airport runway surfacesRead More
Louisville Metro Hazard Mitigation Plan
Helping Louisville lessen the impact of disasters with GISRead More
Location, location, informationDemand for the use of geospatial technologies—geographic information systems (GIS), location-based asset management, remote sensing, and reality capture—is increasing. Whether it’s a database, web portal, laser scanners, or an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), we’re using these technologies to better improve our project delivery. The goal is accurate and efficient collection, storage, retrieval, distribution, display, and analysis of various types of geospatial data.
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The trickle-down effect of enhancing satellite technologyNew satellites can measure the earth’s surface on the scale of centimetres, making remote sensing more powerful. Read More
Is a paperless project possible? New technologies bring new possibilitiesDrones, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence are all terms that are increasingly creeping into many of our project discussions. At Stantec, we are leveraging drones for data collection, virtual reality for enhanced communication, and artificial intelligence to develop rapid design iterations. Read More
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