Integrated Informatics Inc. Takes to the Sky with senseFly's eBee Unmanned Aerial System

UAV system allows GIS professionals a cost-effective solution for aerial data

Integrated Informatics Inc. now offers a complete aerial data solution, from data capture to analysis and data management, using senseFly's eBee unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). This solution offers a significant cost-reduction related to mobilization and demobilization of fixed-wing and helicopter surveys.


Stephen Rowe of Integrated Informatics comments, "Prior to senseFly's eBee, Integrated Informatics would have to rely on client-sourced imagery and digital elevation data, or pull from legacy data. In some cases, the data wasn't even suited for the analysis being performed. By integrating the eBee, we now have the opportunity to capture and deliver data that specifically matches the requirements of our client's projects." Rowe continued, "We have flexibility with respect to spatial resolution and vertical accuracy that will result in more accurate analysis results."

Integrated Informatics Inc. is a leading consultancy for Geographic Information System implementation and development. Founded in 2002, Integrated Informatics provides spatial data management, workflow and process automation, and custom mapping solutions to the Energy and Natural Resource sectors throughout North America with offices in Calgary, Alberta, Houston, Texas, and St. John's, Newfoundland.

senseFly is a Swiss company that develops and produces autonomous ultralight flying drones, also called UAVs, and related software solutions.

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