Our 2D aerial orthoimagery can help plan and design transportation infrastructure as well as monitor and maintain intelligent road, rail, air and marine transport systems. By delivering high-resolution visual data linked to the condition of assets, imagery can improve the safety of inspections, help prioritise specific repairs, plan expansions, and reduce overall management costs. With current aerial imagery, relevant authorities can optimise routing and reduce costs.
Digital surface models can assist in measuring slope, embankments and the potential for road flooding. These models are also useful for cut and fill calculations during transport network design and construction.
Geospatial data can help comprehensively identify, tag, and locate assets on bridges, roads, and tunnels. It can also assist in accurately measuring the length of these assets and provide additional insights along the corridors, including vegetation encroachment, post disaster management, and engineering focused applications.