Aerial mapping company Bluesky is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Since its inception in 2003 Bluesky has evolved into an aerial photographic mapping company pioneering new digital aerial surveying techniques.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky is supporting a million pound research project into the potential costs and benefits of solar energy in the UK.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky has completed the first ever detailed digital map of tree canopy cover across England and Wales.
Aerial photomaps from Bluesky are being used in the development of unmanned vehicles and intelligent transport systems.
Working in partnership with scientists at the University of Leicester aerial mapping company Bluesky has assisted in the completion of a project to map levels of nitrogen dioxide in the city of Leicester.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky is helping water industry professionals understand the potential of laser captured height models. Following a request from Mouchel, Bluesky delivered their ‘What is LiDAR’ presentation at the Mouchel Urban Drainage Academy.
Historical aerial photographs are being used by a Lincolnshire Council to provide evidence in planning disputes and public enquiries.
English local authority Rushmoor Borough Council is using LiDAR data from Bluesky to model the Hampshire towns of Aldershot and Farnborough.
Historical aerial photographs are being used by undergraduates at Nottingham Trent University to help them understand some of the essential facets of remote sensing technology.