posted: September 7, 2016
As the rules of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) continue to evolve, and many people still have reservations about the safety of the technology, we’ve been deploying our drones to make communities safer by monitoring current and potential landslide areas around the country.
posted: July 11, 2016
The partnership we have with Google offers a slew of solutions that may not seem obvious at first but are extremely useful once discovered. So let’s shed some light on the freshest and most useful applications of this Google Maps for Work technology combined with our rich, geospatial history and expertise.
posted: July 6, 2016
posted: March 29, 2016
Join Chris Morabito as he live-blogs from the floor of Microsoft’s annual developer conference in San Francisco, CA.
posted: January 27, 2016
Some people claim that you can’t mimic imagery from an unmanned aerial system (UAS). Although we’re experienced with the immense power of UAS, we’ll have to disagree to a certain extent.
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posted: November 11, 2015
Last month, in response to the flooding in South Carolina, Woolpert provided imagery to assist in emergency relief efforts.
posted: September 30, 2015
What happens when you combine powerful 3D scanning and imaging, cutting-edge architectural modeling, graphic design and animation software, and creativity?
posted: August 26, 2015
Debuting in the 1980s, building information modeling (BIM) tools have redefined the process of designing facilities.
posted: July 17, 2015
“Place matters, particularly for local governments,” says Mr. Abhi Nemani, the chief data officer for Los Angeles, which is famed for its enterprise or hub GIS implementation.