VeriDaaS has designed its VeriMAP™ National LiDAR Program to go hand-in-hand with government needs. The VeriMAP program is creating a uniform library of 30 points per square meter LiDAR point cloud data across the United States. Because our Geiger-Mode data can be processed to create point cloud data at customer-specified densities, the same raw data can be utilized to create point clouds that satisfy USGS 3DEP QL1 standards or nearly any requirements of other government agencies. VeriMAP exceeds USGS base LiDAR Specifications and meets all known government requirements for airborne LiDAR collection. VeriDaaS just completed a 5,000 mi2 project around Phoenix, AZ for USGS based on these principals and will prioritize its data collection for your community or agency.
The VeriMAP DaaS business model enables VeriDaaS to collect this high-density data but provide it to government customers at prices that are extremely competitive. Through our Public-Private Partnerships, VeriDaaS can process its data such that lower-density versions can be released into the public domain while higher-density (30ppsm or greater) data can be reserved to support a broad range of industry users in markets from Automotive to 5G network deployment. By doing this, VeriDaaS is able to offer low entry prices to USGS, state, county, and other local governments, allowing them to avoid the onerous task of bringing together collations prior to data collection. VeriDaaS is also able to make its high-density data available to organizations for internal use at prices well below prevailing market rates for such extraordinarily high-quality data.