At Atlantic we constantly strive for new ways to meet client’s needs. We refuse to settle for how things have always been done; we want to create better solutions and offer clients options that work best for their situation. Because of this ingenuity being built into our culture, we ask questions and embrace change.
Last year, Atlantic was tasked by the US Government to perform two separate projects over the same dike system, which is the largest in the southeastern United States. The first task was a conventional topographic survey of 25 miles of this dike system. Separately, a second task order was issued to perform a Lidar survey of 153 miles of the dike system. This provided a perfect opportunity for us to compare the accuracy results and weigh the benefits of both options side-by-side.
Our President and CEO, Brian Mayfield, recently authored an article, “The Mapping Match: LiDAR v. Traditional Topo,” published in the July 2015 issue of POB Magazine about our findings. I hope you will find it interesting.
If you have any questions, please ask… that’s what we are all about.