EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. (Jan. 18, 2021) — Woolpert has hired airport operations specialist John Tye as an aviation geospatial project manager. Tye has more than 27 years of aviation technology and management experience and will work out of the firm’s unmanned aircraft systems hub in Egg Harbor Township, N.J.
This merger will blend the firms’ geospatial, software development, SaaS and artificial intelligence capabilities to provide next-generation solutions for public and private clients worldwide.
The versatile aircraft is certified to carry topographic and bathymetric lidar sensors and has an effective range of 2,100 nautical miles.
Cattran will discuss the evolution of Woolpert’s digital strategies and will evaluate innovative digital ideas being considered in the AEC industry as a guest ‘shark.’
A team of geospatial experts are building datasets and a mapping application to provide information management and transparency in support of the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee and its public website.
This quick-start, real-time solution streamlines operations and improves customer service.
Carroll’s topo-bathy lidar and hydrographic data experience with coastal restoration for agencies like USGS and NOAA will support the firm’s maritime market.
The firm will evaluate the safety, capacity and logistical challenges of introducing drones into airport operations and provide planning standards for airports to follow.
BRISBANE, Australia (June 17, 2020) — Woolpert and iXblue Sea Operations division, part of the French-based iXblue Group, have been awarded two significant airborne lidar mapping projects in New Zealand, covering over 38,500 square kilometres for the Hawke’s Bay and Waikato regional and local councils.
The tool layers the technology of Esri and the functionality of Cityworks to spatially represent linear assets.