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Mapping services

Water Mapping has State of the art LiDAR and Multispectral technology. We can perform surveys of up to 500 acres of land per day. We are based in Gulf Breeze, Florida, but we opperate from coast to coast, from Alaska to Florida.

What is LiDAR?

  • In a LiDAR system, light is emitted from a rapidly firing laser. The reflected light energy then returns to the LiDAR sensor where it is recorded. A LiDAR system measures the time it takes for emitted light to travel to the ground and back. That time is used to calculate distance traveled. This allows the system to create 3D Point cloud models which can be used for multiple things such as surveying and agriculture



  • What services do we provide?

There are an unlimited amount of ways that LiDAR can be used, here are some we provide

  • Flight Services

  • Agriculture and Forestry Management

  • Large Topographical Area mapping

  • Point cloud Visuals

  • LiDAR services


  • Digital Terrain Model and Digital Elevation Model

Digital Terrain Model and Digital Elevation Model (DTM and DEM) are two ways that UAV Mapping systems use geospatial features to record terrain and elevation of any given plot of land or area. The data is picked up from the drone which flies around any given area that needs to get surveyed and the sensor does the rest, creating a point cloud model. These models are commonly used by farmers and surveyors to map any given plot of land and get a margin of error that ranges from 1-2 milimeters. These forms of mapping are not only extremely accurate but also extremely efficient being able to cover from 350-500 acres a day.


  • Our Current Clients

  • NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

  • NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmoshperic Administration)

  • United States Coast Guard

  • EPA (Enviornmental Protection Agency)

  • BSEE (Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement)

  • Univeristy of New Hampshire

  • Univeristy of Miami

  • Univeristy of Maryland

  • Florida State Univerity

  • Texas A&M University

  • Chevron

  • Statoil

  • MSRC (Marine Spill Response Corporation)

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