Sky over Poland. Bridge to freedom.
My subjective assessment related to situation in this part of Europe caused by war in Ukraine and our daily aerial surveying flight operations in 2022.Read more
Head, foot and toe ... on LiDAR data
There are three main factors that contribute to landslide occurrence: geological structure and relief, intense and/or prolonged precipitation and human activity.Read more
Why Digital Twin is not a toy
For many people operating on 3D city data is limited to rotating, scrolling, and inventorying neighbourhood backyard.Read more
Can a landslide trigger an old landmine?
Rozstajne, Nieznajowa, Żydowskie - those are just a few names of villages abandoned after experiencing the Great War, the Second World War, and Operation Vistula in 1947Read more
The secret life of a river
Multitemporal LiDAR collections are becoming more and more available. This is where 4D data, naturally and in an intuitive way, results in change detection analysis.Read more
No traveling? Introducing LiDARing!
LiDAR + old photos base = great and powerful education tool that can support teachers and geohistory enthusiasts.Read more
Even New York does not have such a map of trees.
Tree Crown Mapping success in Warsaw - project completed.Read more
Three stories imprinted in 50ha
The ground we walk on is like a huge history book. Full of scars from past events, it can tell us an interesting story.Read more
LiDAR in mountain service
Rockfall is common in the mountain areas. The rate of this erosion depends on geology, tectonics and the weather.Read more
Height, Intensity and Number of Returns
The higher the altitude the lower the veriety giving less opportunity to make analysis.Read more
When a tree is a threat
The expansion of trees and shrubs is a natural process leading to the development of the forest.Read more
Why does the footprint size matter... and what on earth is on this pitch?
When a bigger footprint would be accpetable?Read more
Mapping of invasive plant species
Our experience in mapping invasive plant species using airborne hyperspectral data, developed within the HabitARS project.Read more
Head In The (Point) Clouds...
LiDAR technology fits well the global and rapidly developing idea of digital twins.Read more
Mapping of Natura 2000 habitats
Method of mapping Natura 2000 non-forest habitats using airborne data fusion developed within the HabitARS project.Read more
Laser scans reveal remnants of human rural settlements and agricultural activities after 70 years since "Operation Vistula"Read more
What is hidden behind the notion of ‘true ortho’, so daringly entering the market?Read more
Pioneering Tree Crown Map of Warsaw takes shape
How to monitor millions of trees in Warsaw or any other city? We know how to find the precise answer.Read more
Combining a large format camera with hi-performance LiDAR, achieving 3cm orthophoto and 12ppm point cloud simultaneously
Large Format camera plus LiDAR? No way!Read more
New hangar with Research & Development Center to ensure long-term market needs
Our R&D Center was designed to serve as technical facility for crews enabling better and faster data handling.Read more
Multisensor photogrammetric platforms - the real answer for smart cities needs
We have been probably the first company in Europe with the opportunity of using a multisensor photogrammetric platform.Read more
Unexpected machine gun shooting… Aerial Surveying in Lebanon
North Africa and neighbouring Asian countries we replaces of great uncertainty and constant heat between dictators, governments and military.Read more
Spectacular mission across the Atlantic Ocean with Cessna aerial surveying airplane
This article presents the backstage and adventures connected with the ferry flight of Cessna T206H from the USA to Poland, carried out by MGGP Aero.Read more