SimActive, a developer of photogrammetry software, announces that its Correlator3D product is being used by Texas-based company Dawson Geophysical for oil and gas seismic exploration.
Orthomosaics and elevation models are generated from aerial imagery to aid in planning of seismic surveys.
Dawson uses a medium format camera from Phase One to fly over areas of between 20 and 200+ square miles. The collected images are then processed by SimActive software to derive highly accurate geospatial data and identify points of interest. Finally, mappers use the imagery to spot hazards and plan routes in advance.
“SimActive’s software allows our company to survey hundreds of square miles at a much faster pace”, said Christopher Lindsey, Technical Services Manager at Dawson Geophysical. “This enables us to be more accurate, time-efficient out in the field, and to produce map products that our whole company can use.”
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