NV5 Geospatial’s INSITE LIFECYCLE combines geospatial project tracking with QA/QC and cloud-based data delivery.
Matt Nugent, Director of INSITE presents LIFECYCLE capabilities and functionality in detail via webinar. Click the button to watch the recording.
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NV5 Geospatial’s passion and commitment to innovative unmanned aerial systems (UAS) makes us an industry leader in data acquisition, processing, and downstream analytics.
We are the largest, most innovative, and most capable geospatial solutions firm in North America. We use our scale to the advantage of our clients, providing efficiencies and analytics that aren’t typically seen in our space. We are the geospatial pioneer pushing the boundaries of data and analytics to deliver actionable intelligence to transform the way our clients utilize and value geospatial data
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules for small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), or “drone,”operations are spelled out in Part 107 of the Federal Register. This includes the general operating requirements and the certification of pilots.
We have 12 professionals with certification as a remote pilot with a small UAS rating. They have diverse skills and detailed knowledge of our aerial platforms and the sensors they carry. Currently we work within line-of-sight restrictions, which generally limits us to a radius of about one mile. We expect modification of this restriction and a move to beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS) flying at some point over the next few years.
Other restrictions include a maximum flying height of 400 feet above ground, a maximum gross takeoff weight (MGTW) of 55 pounds, and a maximum speed of 100 mph (87 knots).