Huntsville, AL – James W. Sewall Company of Old Town, Maine has selected GeoCue Corporation to deploy a GeoCue managed LIDAR production workflow solution. Leveraging a GeoCue enterprise configuration, LIDAR specific workflows, and Terrasolid LIDAR editing tools, Sewall will be fully equipped for all aspects of LIDAR production from receipt of geo-coded LIDAR data in LAS format to final map product delivery.
As part of this contract, Sewall LIDAR technicians and management staff have also participated in GeoCues well established LIDAR Bootstrap training program, an intensive on-site training curriculum delivered through a series of week-long, hands-on training exercises designed to provide Sewall LIDAR production staff with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to successfully generate high-quality LIDAR map products and derivatives.
The deployed system includes a GeoCue Server with LIDAR specific production tools and will provide Sewall with an advanced workflow management solution to ensure efficient production methodologies and stringent quality control/assurance procedures are built into all LIDAR production projects.
According to Sewall Vice President, Brian Norris, PLS, We selected the GeoCue product and training program to continue to meet our clients evolving geospatial needs. Our increased capabilities in processing LIDAR will enable them to realize the enormous benefits of the technology in a wide range of geospatial, environmental, and energy-related applications.
Founded in 1880, Sewall is an integrated team of geospatial, engineering and natural resource consultants who partner with clients to create practical, sustainable solutions. The companys diverse portfolio is based on 100 years of experience in surveying, forestry consulting, and civil engineering; 60 years in aerial mapping; and 20 years in geospatial systems and software. In the last 10 years, Sewalls offerings have expanded to include services in environmental engineering, renewable energy, and web-based technologies. For more information about Sewall, contact: Lisa Schoonmaker, Communications Director, at 207-827-4456, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the web site at www.sewall.com.