Aerial Visual Intelligence for GIS

“GIS relies upon access to content. Flightline Geographics’ use of UAS to capture, process and deliver GIS content in near real time is a real game-changer.” Esri President Jack Dangermond

bulletJoin us for the Texas GIS Forum in Austin October 22-23! Flightline Geo will present "Drone Mapping for GIS - Wildfires to Winemaking"

bullet PRESS RELEASE: July 15, 2014 San Diego, CA "Flightline Geographics - Texas A&M Lone Star UAS Center - Esri"

bulletSee the recent News8 Austin feature on Flightline Geographics drones for agriculture and viticulture

bulletSee our next day drone damage assessment photo used in the official June 12, 2014 National Weather Service Storm Report! (page 32)

bulletFlightline Geographics is pleased to have sponsored ESRI Clean Beach at the 2014 UC. Check out the group "dronie" below! (click to enlarge)

Dronie Mission Beach

 

 

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

There are many types and sizes of UAS on the market, ranging from small quadcopters to large, long-endurance fixed-wing models. For mapping, it is best to have UAS designed by GIS people, for GIS people. The entire system is performance-tuned to allow for easy project planning, capture and processing, providing the highest quality results for GIS. That is what we do. Let us help you!

HD Imagery for GIS

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS or UAVs) used to be exclusive to the military and law enforcement. That is changing. Recent advances in auto-pilot and ground control systems have made UAS a viable alternative to more expensive manned platforms. As a result, smaller projects become cost-effective and can be repeated affordably. Turn-around times are hours, not weeks or months. Since they can fly much lower, UAS can capture HD imagery for GIS.
More about HD imagery for GIS

3D Point Clouds for GIS

In order to visualize terrain, man-made features and to perform volumetric calculations, 3D geospatial models are needed. Recently, both aerial and ground-based LiDAR have provided 3D content for GIS. Now, high resolution 3D geospatial point cloud data can be captured by small, inexpensive UAS. The resolution of the 3D data rivals ground-based LiDAR at a fraction of the price.
More about 3D Point Clouds for GIS

 

Flightline Video for GIS

More than just moving pictures, Flightline Video is a completely new medium for geospatial analysis and visual intelligence. Captured from either manned or unmanned aerial platforms, Flightline Video provides realtime on-demand content for a variety of applications in GIS. The resulting Flightline Video not only provides realtime situational awareness, but is also a revolutionary new data capture tool for GIS!More about Flightline Video for GIS

On-Line & Cloud Delivery

Traditional data delivery on hard drives and other physical media is still standard, but web-based image services and the Cloud make delivery faster and more convenient for many users. GIS can directly access these on-line services on the desktop or in the field via mobile devices including iOS and Android tablets and smart phones. You CAN take it with you!

Now delivering via ArcGIS Online!

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bullet See our article in ESRI's ArcUser Magazine Spring 2014 Edition (page 24) on UAS for GIS.

bullet See our article in ESRI's Petroleum News Winter 2014 Edition (page 8 centerfold) on UAS for GIS.

bullet See our article in Point of Beginning (POB) Magazine April 2013 Edition on UAS for GIS.