New Projects in British Columbia and Saskatchewan to Assist Agencies with Floodplain Mapping Analysis and Sustainable Water Management NV5 Geospatial, North America’s largest geospatial data firm, is building on it’s success in the Canadian market with the awards of hydrospatial projects in 2021 in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. “Topobathymetric lidar continues to be a critical … Continue reading NV5 Geospatial Extends Leadership in Canadian Hydrospatial Market with Key Topobathymetric Projects
A NOAA-supported analysis of California’s Morro Bay estuary found links between seagrass collapse and later erosion that will inform bay-area adaptation strategies and could influence global seagrass conservation strategies. NV5 Geospatial provided a full update of elevation data for Morro Bay from an integration of topobathymetric lidar and sonar technologies. Read the full story here. … Continue reading 3D Model of Bay Sheds Light on Eelgrass Restoration and Adaptation Strategies
Alexa Ramirez, eGIS Project Manager for NV5 Geospatial, describes how custom eGIS applications are improving accessibility to geospatial data in an effort to improve coastal management outcomes and further scientific understanding. Access the article on page 18 of the latest issue of GPS World.
Michael B. Shillenn,CP, ASPRS senior account manager for NV5 Geospatial has been elected to serve on the board of MAPPS, the preeminent national association of private sector firms in the geospatial profession. His appointment to a two-year term was announced during the MAPPS Summer 2021 Conference, held in Asheville, N.C. “MAPPS has afforded me countless … Continue reading NV5 Geospatial’s Michael Shillenn Elected to MAPPS Board of Directors
The NV5 Geospatial Anchorage office focuses on conducting environmentally responsible and sustainable projects across Alaska that help us adapt to a changing landscape and climate Read the full article on Alaska Business HERE. “We can tell you where and by how much your pipeline infrastructure is shifting due to changes in permafrost, or how wetlands … Continue reading NV5 Geospatial Is Helping to Solve Alaska’s Toughest Geographic Challenges
Wild fires once again threaten the west coast this season as they have each summer in recent memory. Kass Green, reporting in Lidar Magazine, details how San Francisco Bay Area land managers and stewards are turning to geospatial mapping and analysis to guide decision-making and mitigate risk. Read
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uK4fObNyWs&authuser=0 In honor of Arbor Day, we’re sharing Dr. Andrew Brenner’s presentation on remote sensing data applications and analysis for forestry and tree sciences. For more information about what we do, visit our Forestry Page or Contact Us.
Keeping Compliant during a Pandemic COVID-19 and the new reality of stormwater permit compliance View digital article online here Click to download pdf version of Stormwater Magazine
Click here to download PDF version by Jackson Wandres, RLA, Director of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, NV5 Leonardo da Vinci once described water as “the driving force of all nature.” People are drawn to lakes, rivers, seas and oceans because water has historically facilitated commerce, industry, travel, recreation and habitation. In short, the history … Continue reading WEDG® Sets New Standard for Ecologically Sound Shoreline Design
A MarketsandMarkets report1 predicted the global smart building market will grow from $5.73 billion in 2016 to $24.73 billion by 2021, increasing at a compounded annual growth rate of 34% over this period. Today’s technology advances—from energy management and lighting control to sensors that measure structural damage and stress after a seismic event—incorporate a host … Continue reading Beyond the Smart Technology Buzz: Five Top Tips for Investing in Smart Sensors