In this, the 20th year of GEO Jobe GIS Consulting, it’s a good time to look ahead as GEO Jobe continues to advance with its UAV program. Drone technology has advanced tremendously in the last 3-5 years and it continues to develop rapidly. General computer technology continues to advance as well. Advances in storage, processing, […]
Orthomosaics. Contours. 3D models. That is only a snippet of what our UAV Division regularly produces for clients across the country to support their surveying and planning operations. And we now have even more to offer. Over the past several years, the GEO Jobe UAV Division has worked hard to match the growth and advancements […]
GEO Jobe UAV has come across several instances of confusion around FAA Part 107 UAV regulations, restrictions and requirements. This is not a legal opinion by any stretch of the imagination. Rather, it is a licensed pilot’s explanation and understanding of several areas of the Part 107 regulations and how they apply to commercial UAV […]
Managers, planners, developers, and security contractors at colleges and universities all over the country are turning to GIS and UAV data collection technology to assist in enabling situational awareness and providing an accurate digital base. Planning and managing a college campus, airport, even a tourist resort is very similar to managing the assets of a […]
The UAV Approach – A Valuable Tool Supporting Accurate Data Collection for the Construction Industry
The GEO Jobe UAV team has been busy collecting data for clients in a number of industries, including projects for clients in utilities, local government, facilities, campus planning, and construction. Some of these projects involve working up 3D and point cloud data to perform analysis in 3D to create accurate, high resolution models and conduct […]
The UAV Services Group here at GEO Jobe has been pretty active the past year. Yes, indeed! To put into perspective just how much aerial mapping and data collection they’ve done, imagine this: if you stretched the area covered from all the photos captured into one big job, they would have mapped a straight corridor […]
Something of interest to industry and professionals involved in UAV, drone, and aerial mapping technologies – LAANC (pronounced lance). From the FAA, simply put, LAANC provides #drone pilots quicker access to the #airspace, which results in #safer operations.
GEO Jobe UAV has come across several instances of confusion around and about FAA Part 107 UAV regulations, restrictions and requirements. This is not a legal opinion by any stretch of the imagination. Rather, it is licensed pilot’s explanation and understanding of several areas of the Part 107 regulations and how they apply to commercial […]
UAV Services Group Shares Our Experience with the Trimble® Catalyst™ software and GNSS receiver service
Recently, our UAV Services Group had the opportunity to trial some mobile mapping technology from Trimble and share the findings via a user review. The technology we selected was the new Trimble® Catalyst™ software and GNSS receiver service, which is designed to provide highly accurate positioning data into a smartphone or tablet.
The GIS mapping services division of GEO Jobe 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. This enables […]