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Utility Companies Need High Quality Spatial Data

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Utility Companies Require High Quality Spatial Data

Utility companies are some of the most advanced users of spatial data, requiring high-quality information delivered at a large scale. Aerometrex has built a strong reputation with its utility clients through its expertise and diversified product.

From an article in Utility sponsored by Aerometrex.

Multiple large-scale utility customers trust Aerometrex’s LIDAR solutions and aerial imagery, delivered via MetroMap, as their spatial data sources for planning and ongoing asset management.

Whether you need a regional corridor mapped for pipeline planning or high-quality imagery for utility site management, MetroMap will deliver the quality data you need.

MetroMap LIDAR data is a popular choice with utility customers because of the data quality captured at scale. Utility clients commission surveys for long-distance delivery infrastructure, spanning hundreds of kilometres through remote and regional areas.

Fixed-wing aeroplanes allow Aerometrex to cover substantial distances required by large utility clients. The LIDAR capture team frequently maps regional corridors up to 500km-long for pipelines and power delivery projects, and regularly covers areas over 100km2 per day in favourable capture conditions.

Such quality and scale within a short time frame is not achievable with alternative aerial captures from drones, satellites, or terrestrial vehicles.

Once captured, Aerometrex derives numerous products from the raw LIDAR point clouds according to end-user needs. Basic Digital Terrain Models (DTM) have removed vegetation and manufactured features to give the truest representation of the bare earth surface.

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