Last week we exhibited at the Missouri GIS Conference. We brought our large DJI S1000 Spreadwings UAS with the FLIR Thermal Camera attached to show conference attendees what you can learn from thermal imagery. We had a great time at the conference and met lots of wonderful people. We will see you again next time!
I just came across a great White Paper by Black Swift Technology that compares their Swift Trainer Fixed Wing UAS with the Sensefly Ecobee and the Trimble UX5. Of course, it shows how well the Swift Trainer does compared to the others. Shocker that their study shows it out pereforms the rest! If you are interested in Fixed Wing UAS Technology you should read the comparison.
Abstract: East-West Gateway Council of Governments has invested in several datasets to improve geospatial analysis and planning efforts in the St. Louis region. This presentation will showcase investments in orthoimagery, detailed land cover mapping, and wetland mitigation/restoration potential. All of the data presented is available for anyone to use at no cost. Come learn about what we have, how we use it and how you can use it too!
Bio: Jennifer Reiman is the Manager of GIS Services at East-West Gateway Council of Governments, serving the St. Louis region of Missouri and Illinois. Ms. Reiman supports the transportation, environmental and community planning efforts of the Council by providing maps, database reports and spatial analysis services. She earned a B.S. in Environmental Studies & Regional Planning from the University of Kentucky in 2004 and has been at East-West Gateway since 2007.
Location: Des Peres Hall, Room 204, 3694 West Pine Mall, Saint Louis, Missouri 63108
Here is VerticalGeo’s 2015 Story Map. This map contains an overview of the major projects we worked on for 2015. When people ask what you do sometimes a maps speaks a thousand words. Please feel welcome to share this:
You can also access this Story Map using this link.
Bethany Marshall is speaking about using ArcGIS Online in our workflow during a Tree Survey we recently completed at the next American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Heartland Region Technical Meeting. Here is a copy of the ASPRS Flyer. So proud of her!
Cleaning more LiDAR tiles today. This one includes a Tug and Barge combination that I found in the middle of the Mississippi River near New Madrid, Missouri. No one will ever know it was there when I get done with the tile. The top view is a cross section elevation and shows what the elevations look like from the side. The bottom view is an overhead look at the Tug and Barge.