Accurate location information has become a way of life with new technology such as GPS and Smartphones. People expect to be able to locate the nearest café or petrol station and then navigate to them. The information within these websites and apps has been surveyed and entered into a Geographic Information System (GIS) so that is available for this use.
Cheal has the experience and equipment required to carry out all mapping and GIS surveying. We can also take this information and put it into a system suitable for the needs of our clients. This can range from farm maps that can be utilised for farm management purposes through to GIS for large scale industrial sites.
Cheal utilises new technology such as unmanned aerial vehicles and high definition digital cameras to obtain highly accurate aerial photography. This data is then converted to points that are modeled into 3D representations of the features captured. This technology is used to capture highly accurate information over large areas and is very cost effective.
Some of Cheal’s recent mapping clients include: Ports of Auckland, Mighty River Power, Taupo District Council, Waipapa No 9 Trust and Ruapehu Alpine Lifts
Contact Phil Battersby
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