At EagleEye Geospatial, our goal is to partner with our clients to meet their geospatial needs. With an assortment of capabilities that continue to expand and adapt to the market, our ability to meet those needs with the right resources and technology is one of our core strengths. EagleEye has the ability to handle projects from conception to final delivery with the necessary support services that ensures efficient and safe operations that leads to an on-time delivery of data. We strive to deliver the necessary geospatial intelligence that our clients can use to help improve their operational and financial efficiencies. We are confident that EagleEye has the services to deliver answers in a rapidly changing environment.
Our desire is to customize a package of services that best fits the operational needs of each client. Our model is scaled to fit the project size, frequency of analysis, and in helping to identify the questions that our clients need answered. Below is the list of services that EagleEye currently offers to the market, with the ability to add new services as industry needs are discovered.
High definition imagery with spatial resolution of 3cm or greater.
The production, collection and compilation of geospatial data, digitized directly from orthorectified imagery for the production of cartographic materials represented in a digital medium. This geospatial data can serve as an additional layer overlaid on our portal base map or it can be used in the creation of standalone maps in both hardcopy and digital formats.
DEM (Digital Elevation Model)
A digital three dimensional representation of a terrain’s surface. We produce both digital surface models (DSM) and digital terrain models (DTM). The DSM is an “as is” representation of the terrain’s surface and the DTM produces a “bare earth” representation by removing most of the vegetation and culture from the model.
A data set consisting of merged orthorectified aerial imagery collected from UAVs. The orthorectification process geometrically corrects distortions in the images caused by topographic relief, lens distortions, and camera angles. The result is a set of aerial photographs that are an accurate representation of the Earth’s surface from which true distances can be measured to scale. These orthophotos provide the foundation of our Digital Mapping, analysis, and portal base maps.
A set of data points represented in a three dimensional coordinate system. This data is produced from Structure from Motion (SfM) photogrammetry and Multi View Stereo (MVS) algorithms, from which precise triangulated measurements can be derived relative to the UAV’s position. Our point clouds are used in the production of both the DEMs and 3D Models.
A 3D representation of real world features can be created from the UAV produced point cloud. The point clouds are meshed and surfaces are reconstructed, enabling the digital visualization of real world features that are accurate to scale.
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) is a false color composite image collected from multi spectral sensors on our UAV platforms. These images use the near infrared wavelengths to assess the health of vegetation on the surface. Vegetation health serves as a proxy for different types of analysis. Unhealthy vegetation can serve as an indication of contaminated ground such as an oil and gas leak below the surface, and healthy vegetation in an arid environment can be an indication of groundwater sources.
Survey Sketches and Plats
Depending on the project scope of work we have the capability to prepare various types of survey sketches for planning purposes and in order to represent the project data graphically. More complex surveys requiring the preparation of legal documents or registered survey plats will need to be assessed on a per job basis to determine the costs, scheduling and deployment of field crews. All registered plan preparation and survey field work will be conducted and supervised by registered Public Land Surveyors.
Using a DTM (Digital Terrain Model) we can define the flow patterns of a watershed and plot the paths which water or other liquids are likely to take in the surrounding land. This type of analysis would allow for the mitigation of spills and the ability to protect the environment surrounding a hazard area.