Survey kit has advanced very quickly in the last twelve years, and is expected to improve exponentially in the next decade. This is continually allowing a greater spectrum of survey tasks to become more and more financially viable. This opens up opportunities for surveyors and engineers to work more accurately over wider areas providing solutions that were once either not possible, or were derived from assumptions.
Storm Geomatics invest in a variety of survey equipment and renew it on a three year cycle to ensure that it is in good repair and offering the best productivity for data acquisition. Once the data is captured, a smooth transition into final client deliverables is achieved using specialist software, such as Carlson Survey and our own in-house software GeoRiver®. Storm are particularly interested in the lifecycle of data and explore ways of making it more interoperable and easy to use for their customers. The attention to detail in the presentation of data is equal to that of its capture, by having this rule the surveyors at Storm consistently produce high quality results.
If you would like to talk about what is possible with data capture in water and how you would like it presented then please feel free to contact us, we'd love to hear from you.