Our flight teams recently collected data for an I-35 road improvement project. We were tasked by one of our electric utility clients to identify any possible conflicts with the road improvements. By collecting LiDAR and imagery with our unmanned aerial vehicles, we were able to identify utility locations, determine conductor tensions, and check for potential NESC clearance violations. Our planimetric drawing derived from the LiDAR data was merged with the drawings provided by TxDOT to quickly identify problematics. Data that would have once took days to collect was collected in a matter of hours.
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