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Durango Pit 2020

Durango Pit DataSight is pleased to share this video explaining how our proprietary algorithms and workflows enables us to provide highly accurate Civil 3D Digital Terrain Models (DTM’s) of complex environments within 48 hours of UAS or helicopter imagery capture.

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More QA Eye Candy!

More QA Eye Candy! DataSight is pleased to share another successful project. With proper capture and DataSight proprietary workflows and secret sauce we routinely generate SfM deliverables that exceed NSSDA Vertical Accuracy at the 95% confidence level for 1-foot contour intervals. We deliver actionable, highly compressed DTM data in Civil 3D drawing format to our

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Oliver Published in Drone Professional

We are pleased to announce that Jim Oliver, R.G. the VP of Technology at DataSight was a contributing author for a chapter in “Drone Professional-1”.  The book highlights real-world experiences of professionals working in the drone industry, and shows the range of applications and global reach of this maturing technology.  Along with our industry specific

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No shortcuts on QA at Datasight!

No Shortcuts in QA at Datasight! Wrapping up another great week here at DataSight. We were asked if we still did the “cool RMSE maps” that we showed in the fall of 2019. The answer is YES, every time and every project. Quality control is a fundamental step for every single project we produce. 

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Our Secret Sauce

Secret Sauce DataSight is pleased to share this visual of our secret sauce. Our custom algorithm and workflow produce these robust breaklines and 16x file compression on final DTM for cad as compared to our competitors. Our deliverable has beautiful contouring which is a result of our workflow. 

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Oliver to Represent Datasight at AEEEG

Go Jim! DataSight is pleased to announce that Jim Oliver, R.G. our VP of Technology will be speaking today at the Association of Environmental Engineering and Environmental Geologists in Las Vegas, Nevada on “Moving Beyond the Hype – Integration of Drone Technology in the Environmental and Engineering Industries”