Don Wicks, President of Spectrum said, “The synergy of the two companies will make Spectrum one of the largest, most experienced all-digital airborne mapping companies in North America. Both companies wanted to better position themselves to take advantage of the expected growth in the mapping industry and we feel this accomplishes that goal.”
Spectrum owns and operates four LIDAR systems, two integrated hyperspectral sensors and digital cameras allowing the appropriate configuration to be used for a wide variety of projects. With four aircraft and multiple systems, Spectrum can offer unsurpassed response time and capacity. Whether the project requires economical “high and fast” data acquisition, or more detailed “low and slow” acquisition for LIDAR projects, Spectrum’s diversity of platforms provides the correct solution for acquisition and data fusion of all products in a single mission.
In addition to remote sensing offerings, Spectrum also has full-service traditional photogrammetric capabilities. With 14 softcopy workstations, 12 analytical stereo plotters, image acquisition and scanning capabilities, and photogrammetric resources, Spectrum ranks as one of the top photogrammetric service providers of any remote sensing company in North America.