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Geocue Article

03/04/20

GeoCue presents a simple situation where a user wants to measure volume of a stockpile scenario to highlight basic volumetric analysis collected with 3D Imaging Sensor, True View 410 and processing with True View Evo. Read more...

Geocue Article

02/24/20

We always realized the advantage of quick processing but now a few customers are as well. We have recently been involved in two separate operations where rapid “flight to data” was a requirement. Read more...

Geocue Article

02/17/20

As an example, we will run ground classification on a highway project we recently flew for the Alabama Department of Transportation (AL DOT). During a heavy rain, a section of Alabama route 231 was heavily damaged by ground sliding under the pavement. We were asked to do a True View 410 flight and provide a ground model. Read more...

Geocue Article

07/08/16

New regulations for commercial small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS or “drones”) will take effect in the United States on August 27, 2016. These new rules, referred to as Part 107, contain a real gem that not many folks are discussing. In fact, I think it may be the most important rule of the entire Part 107. Read more...

Geocue Article

03/08/16

In this article, our President/ CTO discusses drone mapping business models and our plan to seek the business model that makes the most sense for the customers, not for us. Read more...

Geocue Article

01/14/16

A borrow pit is an area where soil and/or rock is removed, added or both for use at some other location (for example, in obtaining fill dirt for highway construction projects). Learn how to monitor the amount of material change in the pit (volumetric change). Read more...

Geocue Article

04/09/15

Our President and CTO, Lewis Graham, discusses the latest company updates as of April 2015 including topics such as drone mapping and LP360. Read more...

Geocue Article

10/10/14

Hiding behind a front of “air safety” and “complex problem”, the FAA has chosen to make no decision on sUAS. Meanwhile, most of the world is into the second generation of integrating sUAS into the commerce infrastructure. Read more...

Geocue Article

08/19/14

The small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) business is very appealing. For less than US $20,000, you can outfit a complete system for collecting aerial imagery and processing the data into an array of high quality mapping product. But who will roll out these new low cost mapping systems? Will it be the major airborne acquisition companies? Will it be quarry owners, land developers, coal fired power plants? Or will it be professional land surveyors? Read more...

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