AeroMetric Presents USACE with Award for Navajo Housing Authority Project

AeroMetric presented the St. Louis U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with special recognition including an inscribed award and project poster for "Creating an On Target Geospatial Foundation for the Navajo Housing Authority."

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Ted Stanton & Keith Short

The services AeroMetric provided for the Navajo Housing Authority project reflect well on the value that AeroMetric and the geospatial profession bring to the development and economic growth of our nation.

Sheboygan, WI (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

AeroMetric presented the St. Louis U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with special recognition including an inscribed award and project poster for "Creating an On Target Geospatial Foundation for the Navajo Housing Authority." The award and poster were duplicates of the ones that AeroMetric was honored with at the MAPPS conference in November 2012. This is the second year in a row that AeroMetric has been honored with the MAPPS Geospatial Services Excellence Grand Award.

Ted Stanton, administrator of the Navajo Housing Authority project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, said, “The services AeroMetric provided for the Navajo Housing Authority project reflect well on the value that AeroMetric and the geospatial profession bring to the development and economic growth of our nation. The NHA specific map projection, detailed digital elevation data, and four-band orthoimagery provide a comprehensive digital land base for the Authority’s new land information system.”

About the Project
AeroMetric faced several major challenges associated with this project: dealing with the complexity of five state plane coordinate systems and two UTM zones, coordinating image acquisition over a vast area in a very short time frame, and addressing the rugged terrain and the unforgiving variations of reflectivity in the desert surface. AeroMetric creatively solved the multiple challenges presented.

MAPPS Executive Director John Palatiello said, "The awards highlight AeroMetric’s ability to work with clients to provide solutions that are within budget, and have long lasting societal benefits."

AeroMetric’s resources were augmented by the valuable contributions provided by team members Towill, Surdex, and Aerial Surveys International.

About the ACOE St. Louis District
The St. Louis District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides unmatched expertise and capability to meet the needs of the nation through engineering and technical services that foster economic development, sustain the environment, and provide for national security. The District covers 2,800 square miles in Illinois and Missouri supporting river navigation, flood control and ecosystem restoration, with the unique expertise of St. Louis District routinely called upon around the nation and the world.

About AeroMetric
Aero-Metric, Inc. (AeroMetric) is a full-service geospatial solutions company built on over eight decades of consistent, quality service and enduring client relationships. The firm offers a comprehensive range of on target geospatial solutions, from the latest in enterprise GIS on-premise and in the cloud, to professional mapping services including photogrammetric, LiDAR, satellite, and airborne imaging technology. AeroMetric is a client-focused professional firm and has earned a reputation for technical excellence, superior service, and on-time, on-budget delivery. For more information please call 1-800-558-6707 or visit http://www.aerometric.com.

About MAPPS
Formed in 1982, MAPPS is the only national association exclusively comprised of private firms in the remote sensing, spatial data and geographic information systems field in the United States. MAPPS provides its 160+ member firms opportunities for networking and developing business-to-business relationships, information sharing, education, public policy advocacy, market growth, and professional development and image enhancement. For more information on MAPPS, please visit http://www.MAPPS.org.


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