VeriDaaS Studies & Posts
5 Reasons Municipalities Utilize Ground Control
The basics – what is ground control?
Surveying , is a critical aspect of municipal planning, as it helps in establishing accurate maps, commercial and residential development, and property management. In the modern era, ground control is the foundation of all the geospatial information that helps […]
Natural Disasters: Harnessing Geospatial Data for the Greater Good
Natural disasters have the potential to cause widespread devastation, affecting millions of people and causing billions of dollars in damages. The ability to understand the impact of these events and respond quickly and effectively is critical for minimizing harm and preserving life. In recent […]
Remotely sensed LiDAR data supports Wildfire Management
A changing climate has brought with it drier, warmer weather, creating conditions for extreme and widespread biomass burning. Wildfires fires are becoming more common, resulting in extensive ecological, economic, and human loss. it is predicted that the area affected by wildfires will double over the next 20-30 years.
Texas Co-op Shifts to Condition-Based VM
The following is an excerpt from an T&D World Electric Utility Operations article.
PEC and IBM required an improved source of imagery for the primary use case of high-precision vegetation encroachment detections. LiDAR Technology was not generally considered […]
Purdue Researchers Publish Comparative Analysis of Geiger-Mode LiDAR Data for Forest Inventory – VeriDaaS
“Geiger-mode LiDAR can capture a significantly higher level of detail while operating at a higher altitude as compared to the traditional linear LiDAR.”
On January 29, 2022, researchers at the Lyles School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, published a paper titled “A Comparative Analysis of Multi-Platform, […]
Innovative 3-D Elevation Program Has Huge Economic Promise
Originally Published In Diplomatic Courier
Written by Paul Nash
Nearly a hundred years have past since U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933 and gave the American people what he called a “New Deal.” In addition to various financial reforms, FDR’s New Deal included a […]