Energy Infrastructure

Energy Infrastructure

– Precise digital imagery and provision of Digital Surface Models are integral for ground feasibility studies for the design and development of projects for extracting energy sources such as coal, natural gas, hydroelectricity and wind, as well as continuous support for these projects as they continue their operations.
– Aerial imaging permits the accurate mapping of energy transmission corridors, such as electric cables, pipelines and rail lines.
– The rapid production of high-quality orthophotos and aerial triangulation through our integrated and automated systems allows precise monitoring of existing infrastructure quality to facilitate risk management for the development of hydrocarbon resources.
– The precise measurement of surface area and volume of buildings can facilitate the production of precise three-dimensional models of urban heat loss and gain, to be used for assessment of a municipality’s energy consumption through projects like urban heat mapping, green roof feasibility studies, and urban forest inventory.