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Quantum Spatial an NV5 Company debuted an All-in-One Sensor for High-Resolution Imagery and Lidar in a Single Low Altitude Pass

Quantum Spatial, Inc., an NV5 company, and the nation’s largest independent geospatial data firm, today announced its new sensor platform, which is designed to improve the efficiency of data collection, while delivering high-density, high-resolution and highly accurate results. The Comprehensive Low-Altitude Sensor Solution (CLASS) combines dual-look lidar, RGB and NIR nadir imagery and forward-looking oblique … Continue reading Quantum Spatial an NV5 Company debuted an All-in-One Sensor for High-Resolution Imagery and Lidar in a Single Low Altitude Pass

NOAA Awards Recent NV5 Acquisition Quantum Spatial $18.8 Million Shoreline Mapping Contract

Hollywood, FL – January 20, 2020 – NV5 Global, Inc. (the “Company” or “NV5”) (Nasdaq: NVEE), a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions, announced today that Quantum Spatial, Inc. (“Quantum Spatial”), an NV5 company, has been selected as prime contractor under the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Shoreline Mapping contract. The … Continue reading NOAA Awards Recent NV5 Acquisition Quantum Spatial $18.8 Million Shoreline Mapping Contract

NV5 Dade Moeller Training Academy Upcoming Classes

Radiation & Occupational Safety Training Academy Specializing in Radiation & Occupational Safety Training, the NV5 | Dade Moeller Training Academy* has long been recognized as one of the foremost providers of education and training on a complete range of radiological and occupational safety topics. Our faculty are recognized subject matter experts who are training professionals … Continue reading NV5 Dade Moeller Training Academy Upcoming Classes

Do You Like Apples? NYC Fights Hunger through Engineering

Members of NV5’s New York City office participated in the CANstruction® design competition for the third year in a row! Photo (L to R): Johanna Pluymers, Jacob Monzella, Jocelyn Rothstein, Muhammad Khan, Joseph Amagliani, and Justin Huang. Do You Like Apples? By: Alicia Petrulis, New York City Office Members of NV5’s New York City office … Continue reading Do You Like Apples? NYC Fights Hunger through Engineering

How remote sensing has changed riverine exploration

The impact of remote sensing technology, specifically topobathy lidar and thermal imaging, has expanded the possibilities of river and inland waterway management. Michael Shillenn, Quantum Spatial Vice President, details how advancements in remote sensing have improved riverine science in the latest issue of Marine Technology Magazine via the case study of the Kootenai River.