Internet of Things (IoT)

IoTThe future of the Internet of Things (IoT) is within the network of sensors collecting data and bringing real-time data to different industries. With wireless sensors, companies can run applications for critical business processes, which can run better with real-time awareness. Wireless sensors provide the real-time information and eliminate the guesswork out of many day-to-day operations. The value proposition for wireless sensors is different for each business, meaning, the same sensor data may be used differently depending on the industry.

Wireless sensors can feed a company data to make inefficient processes much more efficient and profitable. The data is collected from the wireless sensor network (WSN) then sent to a software system, which allows the company to effectively predict issues to prevent malfunctions, create more efficient processes, and save both time and money.

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Aerial Mapping

aerial mappingAerial photography involves taking vertical photographs from the air with a calibrated survey camera of a project site in order to complete a survey. Survey Graphics can use existing or complete new aerial photography and provide from that exceptional detail including ground profiles and digital photomaps.

We can deliver high quality mapping and survey solutions to the mining, agriculture, forestry, land development, landfill, exploration, architecture, civil engineering quarrying and surveying industries. We use the latest technologies to create 3D surface extraction for everything from single building sites to entire countries.

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