Digital mapping consists of everything from surface DEM data, to planimetric feature digitizing.
Working from the stereo aerial photos, highly sophisticated softcopy digital instruments are used to digitize the various features and topographic surface data.
This data is then fed into various CAD and GIS software for further development and analysis.
The processes that take the aerial photography from raw photo to geo-referenced orthophotos, DEM surfaces, and feature digitization (roads, buildings, utilities, hydrography, and vegetation) are complex and time intensive.
AGMC has developed specific methods to streamline the processes which in turn lower overall costs. With our state of the art hardware and long years of experience, we can provide low cost and highly accurate digital terrain surfaces, and superior orthophotography and feature collection.