Aerial Imagery
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Aerial Imagery

GIS in Flight:
Save Time and Money.

  • Check right-of-way
  • Scout a potential well site
  • Property valuation analysis
  • plan & develop
  • Emergency preparedness & response
  • Reduce safety liability
  • Reduce vehicle maintenance and terrain hazards
  • Calculate square footage of structures

By flying the area, whether it is for a potential location, appraisal, or inspection of facilities, this service will eliminate “boots on the ground” in most applications. Think of the savings and the reduction in safety liabilities by using OGI's new aerial imaging services.

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(LiDAR) Light Detection and Ranging.     Airborne LiDAR sensors are used by companies in the Remote Sensing area to create point clouds of the earth for further processing (e.g. used in forestry and vegetation management, Construction Design). Airborne LIDAR is used by many industries such as oil and gas companies, electric utilities, and even the by video game makers.
Oblique Imagery   Oblique imagery is a type of aerial photography that is captured at an angle of approximately 45 degrees. Oblique imagery is superior to ortho imagery because you are able to see buildings in three dimensions instead of two. ogiGRID uses an eight camera system with a 21 megapixel resolution to ensure the highest quality. Oblique imagery can be used by tax assessors, property managers, civil engineers and more.
Orthography   Along with oblique imagery ogiGRID offers orthophotography. Orthophotography gives the user the ability to see right of way use, accurately measure distances, and route creation. Ortho images can be added to GIS systems to increase accuracy.