Central Governments

Central Governments

Mosaic 360 cameras for governments and states around the world

Read a case study on how Mosaic camera systems are making a significant impact in large-scale mapping and surveying.

Governing across municipalities requires possessing and distributing data and information in an efficient and effective manner to all necessary parties. In order to do so, first these governing bodies must possess data with which to make decisions. Mosaics 360 cameras for governments and states offer these solutions.

Data collection, processing, and interpretation is only possible with the right tools. A 360-degree camera for mapping is one of those tools which is helping governments of all sizes to settle on a plan of action.

Disaster relief

During disasters such as floods, wildfires, or hurricanes, central governments must work together with local governments to quickly act on the looming dangers as well as to intelligently react to the aftermath.

Combining research into previous wildfires along with the data concerning driving routes and times for those at risk, authorities can offer their citizens the best and safest routes to take when fleeing a fire.

Following disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes which can rip across hundreds or even thousands of square kilometers, causing havoc and destruction, immediate and efficient action must be taken. Surveying such damage and determining what needs to be done can be a daunting feat for typical surveying and maintenance crews.

But with the industrial-grade Mosaic 360 camera, surveying and ground-level mobile mapping can be done in a fraction of the time, for a fraction of the cost, and with enormous benefits. All of the HD data is collected at up to 10fps, in either high-quality h.264 (allowing a full day of data collection to fit on a single USB stick) or in amazingly high quality12-bit compressed RAW images.

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Intercity and interstate roadway maintenance

Highways and toll roads which intersect multiple jurisdictions require considerable inspection and upkeep.

The grade of a road may change slightly over time, causing potential hazards for larger vehicles. Vegetation growth can affect the visibility of the roads as well as animals or other obstacles in the surrounding area and, as is its nature, is constantly growing. Roads in remote locations may be missing adequate signage, which can go unnoticed for long periods of time if left to traditional, manual methods of inspection.

The Mosaic 51 camera eliminates these issues by offering a cost-efficient and timely solution in the form of a mobile mapping camera that can collect data to mitigate or avoid the risks involved with allowing maintenance to lapse.

Water resource management

Water boards are responsible for a wide array of functions such as water resource management, water financing, regulation of pricing, water supply, and quality assurance.

In order that water boards operate well, it is necessary for the governing bodies to stay up-to-date on the latest legislation and policies regarding topography and permits. A GIS (geographical information system) can offer reliable and precise data about the topography in the vicinity of a body of water, the water levels, and water supply infrastructure.

Our camera can gather this information to be utilized by a GIS so that water resource management boards are able to stay on top of any changes and react accordingly.

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