Following an emergency event (flood, fire, landslide, storm etc.), existing mapped information becomes outdated, and as a result, aerial photography is often the preferred solution. The imagery provides up to update information immediately following a disaster and this can be relayed to emergency teams on the ground.
Following a major disaster event, insurers face challenges in accurately assessing the extent of flooding so they can assist their policy holders. They need a clear and immediate understanding of the scale and likely impact upon insured assets so they can inform shareholders of expected losses, make logistical preparations and prevent fraudulent claims.
To to this, up to date aerial imagery is often essential to quantify and assess damage immediately following a major flood event, and with RTK aerial imagery, GeoAerospace can provide our clients with an accurate picture of what has occurred.
GeoAerospace utilize advanced remote sensing technologies for the purposes of landslide analysis, allowing for rapid data acquisition over the area of interest. This improves upon the traditional capabilities of detection, mapping and monitoring, as well as optimizing fieldwork and investigating hazardous or inaccessible areas, whilst at the same, ensuring time the safety of the operators.
In addition to spaceborne optical data i.e. Very High Resolution (VHR) and SAR data, GeoAerospace can provide RGB and LiDAR data far in access of what is available from spaceborne data, from our fleet of drones and survey aircraft.
When a major fire event occurs, the effects can be devastating, not only for the affected properties and businesses but for the lives of people affected.
Following a major fire event, numerous professionals are involved in assessing damage on behalf of relevant stakeholders. These include loss adjusters, insurance companies, engineers and contractors who all help facilitate quick decision making. However, one of the problems is the accessibility of the affected area due to access issues or safety concerns and it is here where GeoAerospace technology can greatly asset in providing up to date information on the affected area quickly.
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