Geo-imagery comes in a wide-range of forms, and all of them must be analyzed. In addition to the classic remote sensing imagery coming from satellites and aerial cameras, we saw different forms of images, with depth directly captured of laser scanning technologies, resulting of the broad adoption of laser scanning technologies. Today, we see many other sensors such as thermal cameras, ultra-sound devices and radar systems. All produce unstructured data resembling an image.
Combining all of this sensor data with data from databases (GIS, CAD layers or archive imagery) creates an enormous array of possibilities to analyze geo-imagery. We have developed our capabilities to automatically extract information in this array of sensor data input and databases. And we choose exactly the specific methodology which extracts the kind of infomation most vluable for each customer.