Energy Infrastructure: The 2017 ASCE Grade Is In

Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) releases its Infrastructure Report Card for the United States. The grade from the ASCE indicates the overall integrity of the nation’s roads, schools, drinking water, and energy infrastructure, among other categories. This month, the ASCE published its latest assessment. AsRead More

Oil drilling in Texas.

The EagleView Team Weighs In: You Know You Work in GIS When…

On November 16, we celebrated GIS Day from Esri® — a day that demonstrates the real-world applications of geographic information systems, or GIS, through community events and outreach. To mark the occasion, we treated our team to a happy hour or, as we called it, #MappyHour. ‘Mappy Hour’ has begun!Read More

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3 Imagery and Data Products That Solve Wintertime Utilities Issues

Americans, like House Stark, know one thing for certain: winter is coming. Unlike last year’s mild weather, though, predictions so far point to far lower temperatures closing out 2016. For consumers, cold weather concerns tend to be more practical. A broken furnace or boiler, for instance, can be an unpleasantRead More

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GIS in Action: Protecting Our Nation’s Lands

Protecting the natural world may sound like a no-brainer, but it poses some unique challenges. Environmental experts need ways to ensure that conservation efforts are actually working, and geospatial technology is filling this gap. At the local and state level, parks and nature reserves help to preserve the environment. AtRead More

Devils Tower, the very first national monument, in Crook County, Wyoming

What Can Imagery Do for Oil and Gas Infrastructure?

This June, President Obama signed into law the PIPES Act of 2016, also referred to as the SAFE PIPES Act. The legislation, according to DownstreamToday.com, “gives the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) new regulatory authority over operators of the United States’ nearly 3 millionRead More

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LiDAR 101: A Q&A with a Pictometry Expert

You may have heard of LiDAR, but how much do you really know about it? We asked our LiDAR & Surveying Manager Robert Stevenson to give us a crash course in this versatile technology. First off: what is LiDAR? LiDAR, which is short for Light Detection and Ranging, is aRead More

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5 Key Factors in Urban Planning

Have you ever been able to navigate your way through a new city with ease? If so, you can thank an urban planner. Urban planners, who are also called regional planners, collaborate with local government officials and city residents alike to determine what an area needs and which improvements willRead More

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame and Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, OH, next to Lake Erie

A Passion for Pictometry

By: Trent Casi, Pictometry Infrastructure Solutions Manager for the Pictometry Central Region Denver, Colorado Having grown up on the east coast, I’ve have always had an interest in “the location of everything,” whether it be an extreme weather event or the best mountain bike trail in the region. In 2004,Read More

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Pictometry set to Capture Digital Terrain Data for Final Phase of Los Angeles County Consortium’s Mapping Project

(Bothell, Wash., June 3, 2015) –EagleView Technology Corporation, a leading technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics and GIS solutions, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Pictometry International Corp., secured an order from the Los Angeles Region – Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC) to provide digital terrain datasets through LiDAR captureRead More