Airborne surveillance system aims to provide early airborne unusual activities warning. It consists of antenna, airborne data processor, and integrated navigation system, which are featured to provide high accuracy navigation system. These are responsible for tracking and scanning of required target. They receive signal from transmitting radar, analyze the signal and transmit the signal to
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials have been working on new flood plain maps for Southeast Alaska, with implementation anticipated by early next year. For Ketchikan and other areas, the new maps expand the number of properties considered in a flood-risk area. Those properties will be required to have flood insurance, if they hold a federally
CENTRAL LAKES — A mile off the nearest gravel road in a stand of young aspen, balsam and birch, a four-man crew from the St. Louis County Surveyor's Office hopped off their tracked ATVs and loaded up their backpacks for a walk in the woods. They brought a chainsaw and hand saws, a compass and
DENHAM SPRINGS — Locating everything from fire hydrants to blighted houses will soon be a lot easier for city officials and the public. The Denham Springs City Council voted unanimously Monday night to invest in a mapping system that could host a wide variety of information about the city's assets and become a portal for residents' input.
Meshek & Associates, LLC has named Brandon Claborn, PE, CFM as its Chief Executive Officer. In this new role, Claborn will be responsible for overseeing the entire Company’s operations. As for his new position, Claborn said, “As CEO, I will be responsible for maintaining the values that have made Meshek & Associates, LLC successful, and
Here is what insurers need to know about winter flooding. Hurricane Harvey brought more than 19 trillion gallons of water to Texas, which is enough to cover all of Alaska, California and Texas — the three biggest states in the United States — with one inch of water. Additionally, Harvey brought at least 20 inches of rain
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), otherwise known as “drones,” are among the most important technological advances that have been introduced to the land surveying industry in quite some time. These small, ultra-light weight aircraft can be piloted by remote and can take detailed survey information while simultaneously transmitting that data back to the head office. This