Improved planning and development with remote sensing data

Roads, bridges, tunnels, waterways, ditch systems, dikes, sluices, coastal dunes, sewer systems, buildings, power lines, wind turbines, PV installations… In order to keep the engine of economic activities running smoothly, maintenance is critical.

Infrastructure maintenance requires recurrent inspection. Remote sensing is ideal for this task without stopping traffic. You get

  • recorded data at every scale
    local, regional, national, continental and global
  • encompassing spatial information
    acquired by satellite platforms, planes, drones, cars, boats and tripods
  • highly diverse visual representation
    with RGB photo or video cameras, multispectral or hyperspectral scanners, LiDAR, sonar and SAR scanners

That is exactly how it can support infrastructural development as well. To make sure it is well integrated in the environment, remote sensing data can assist you in better designing corridors for power lines, or improving long-term forecast modelling of land-use scenarios.

Geomatics for infrastructure management and planning

The umbrella term ‘geomatics’ covers critical spatial information used for infrastructure management and infrastructure planning. Looking for ways to integrate data acquisition, spatiotemporal databases, processing and hosting services into your business processes? We have the hands-on operational and R&D experience to guide you in adopting geomatics successfully.