Flying with the Big Boys at SAV

posted: February 9, 2018

Last month, my team and I headed from Dayton, Ohio, down to Savannah, Ga., to fly our UAS at the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV).

Now, this is kind of a big deal.


Reacting to the 1,000-year Rain: Fast Imagery Turnaround for Emergency Response

posted: November 11, 2015

Last month, in response to the flooding in South Carolina, Woolpert provided imagery to assist in emergency relief efforts.


Scan-to-BIM: Creating the Fly-through

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?


The Future of BIM: New Standards to Meet New Demands

posted: August 26, 2015

Debuting in the 1980s, building information modeling (BIM) tools have redefined the process of designing facilities.


NOAA Historical Imagery Project

posted: March 24, 2014

We helped NOAA create a comprehensive database of historical imagery for Hawaii.


The Agile Method

posted: October 4, 2013

Using the agile method to reduce software development time and get much closer to what clients actually need.

Change Detection Using Statewide Data

posted: April 23, 2013

Woolpert has applied its automated change detection routines to assist jurisdictions in Ohio to carry out faster and more equitable property appraisals.

Impervious Surface Maps

Impervious Surface Maps: Chasing Imagery

posted: February 11, 2013

Accurate impervious surface maps have always been an essential foundation for stormwater management, flood and erosion control, watershed protection and water quality protection. But for most agencies and jurisdictions, the update cycle for impervious maps lags woefully behind that of aerial imagery and LiDAR.

ArcGIS Server Caching for AFMC

posted: September 25, 2012

As part of a project with Air Force Materiel Command, we adapted the caching process we use for SmartView® Connect to instead output caches compatible with Esri® ArcGIS® Server.