Expertise in digital image capture with sophisticated in-house data-processing workflows facilitates advanced emergency planning as coastal regions worldwide are gaining increased attention as precarious spaces that require such planning.
– Three-dimensional multi-spectral imaging enabling emergency planners to simulate and predict impacts of rising water levels on a given coastal area and mitigate these effects in advance.
– Airborne Sensing is equipped to provide all stages of coastal mapping, from ground and aerial surveys, through elevation modeling, to orthorectified image delivery and provision of 3-D models.
– Obtaining precise imagery of man-made and natural features is integral to studies of both human and wildlife habitats in coastal regions.
– Airborne Sensing has not (yet) crossed the Atlantic or Pacific oceans, but our versatility — of airborne and terrestrial equipment, and of our personnel — is clear in regards to the range of our coastal work, which stretches from the Canadian Arctic to the shores of Ecuador, from the rocky coasts of Newfoundland to Vancouver, Nanaimo and San Francisco to the west, as well as a number of Mexican and Caribbean coastal cities.