As our UAV Services Division enters another year of project work there’s no signs of slowing down. No doubt this has much to do with the acceptance of UAV/UAS (drone) based data capture efforts in order to get in, get out, start the analysis, and finally, deliver a high quality product, often at a cost […]
GEO Jobe UAV Mapping services is conducting UAV/UAS operations at levels few other geospatial technology companies are having success at achieving. GEO Jobe UAV Mapping Services has beaten the odds to receive the hard to come by FAA airspace authorization for UAV missions on designated Airport lands.
The FAA on April 27 began publishing electronic maps for airports across the country that detail where and at what altitudes remote pilots may hope to achieve clearance (Part 107 authorization) to fly unmanned aircraft in certain types of controlled airspace. This information will be of interest to companies like ours that are providing cutting […]
Drone technology is transforming traditional field data collection and imagery-production workflows for many users of ArcGIS and ArcGIS Online. UAV collected imagery and data is powerful and can be applied to many user scenarios, as we’ve experienced and shared via our own UAV and aerial mapping services division here at GEO Jobe. For those interested […]
Our GIS mapping services division of the company has been quite active with UAV technology over the last year. We’ve turned to cutting edge hardware and software solutions to take to the sky and support some of our existing clients (and new ones) with imagery & analysis derived from UAV (drone) data acquisition.
If the technology Gods are nice to us and all goes well, our @geojobeuav field crew is going to go live on Facebook from the sky today in Tennessee with the drone – u can watch here. Our licensed crew has been quite busy lately with construction and facility mapping projects.
During the winter 2016/2017, Geo Jobe GIS Consulting UAV aerial mapping services were selected to provide asset inventory aerial inspection and mapping of the HB&TS – Hillsboro, Burwood & Thompson’s Station Utility District – WaterTank (Tennessee). Imagery and video was captured via UAV mission pre, during, and post construction.