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.
Aerial survey specialist Bluesky has taken UK mapping to the next level by adding height information to Ordnance Survey’s digital maps.
3D models created from high resolution aerial photography are supporting the pioneering use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) on regeneration and construction projects across London.
Optech, a developer, manufacturer and supporter of advanced lidar and camera survey instruments, announces that aerial surveying company Bluesky International has purchased a state-of-the-art airborne mapping system, which includes an ALTM lidar sensor as well as a fully integrated long-wave infrared thermal sensor and high-resolution ortho camera. The system combines the Optech Orion M300 ALTM with Optech's CM-LWIR640 and CS-10000 cameras.
A digital map of trees created by aerial mapping company Bluesky is helping to support a range of environmental projects in London. Using Bluesky’s tree map The Ecology Consultancy (TEC) and the Green Roof Consultancy (GRC) have undertaken a Green Infrastructure (GI) Audit on behalf of Hammersmith London Business Improvement District (BID) to assess the quality and extent of existing GI resources and provide recommendations for enhancing urban greenspace.
Aerial mapping company Bluesky has launched a new service streaming 3D aerial photos via the Internet. The Stereo Web Map (SWM) allows high resolution aerial images to be viewed in 3D and enables users to take height measurements from the images and digitise 3D mapping, all online.
Using a powerful online server, high resolution images of hundreds of European cities can now be streamed direct to the desktop.