Cardno Announces New UAS and Remote Sensing Data Analytics Services

By Mike Ball / 28 Oct 2015

Cardno UASCardno, a infrastructure and environmental services company, has announced that it has added Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Remote Sensing Data Analytics services to its portfolio.

Cardno’s fleet of UAS includes both fixed wing and octocopter solutions, which carry mapping grade fixed focal length cameras, HD video, and infrared data/image collection capabilities. The UAV take high-resolution color imagery, producing digital terrain models and other high-tech mapping for a wide range of applications.

By adding UAS capabilities, Cardno strengthens its cutting-edge portfolio of geospatial, mapping, and survey services – including mobile GIS, large format photogrammetry surveys, remote sensing, mobile mapping LiDAR, underground utilities mapping, amongst others – and complements its information management services such as environmental data and compliance management, application and website development, business process modeling, decision support systems, and systems integration.

UAS technology is revolutionizing critical data capture, and Cardno’s Remote Sensing Data Analytics team has the flexibility to provide sensor and platform combinations that are cost-effective and meet client needs in a variety of industries and services: emergency response, mining, railway inspection, biological resources, oil & gas, utilities, refineries, water resources, and vegetation analysis.

Cardno’s Remote Sensing Data Analytics scientists have the expertise and experience to provide the highest-quality orthoimagery and point cloud data for developing base products for projects. These base products can then be further analyzed to create an extensive list of value-added products to aid clients in achieving their end goal while staying on schedule and budget.

Cardno’s Jason Kack, West Business Manager, stated, “Cardno has the largest fleet of subsurface utility vehicles in the U.S. and our SUE/survey team comprises over 450 professionals. Cardno also operates with a global network of around 8,100 staff in over 250 offices, giving us the resources to successfully deliver complex projects while leveraging local knowledge and relationships. We are excited to offer this diverse talent to our clients, along with UAS and Remote Sensing Data Analytics — two innovative and crucial next steps to support client projects.”

Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact