Our geospatial projects have run the gamut from traditional mapping to complex, spatially-explicit decision support systems. Much of our current project work involves mapping features from digital aerial photography, analyzing Lidar for measuring vegetation and wetland characteristics, and modeling species and their habitats.

We recently began a cooperative effort, with the Virginia Tech Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation and College of Natural Resources and Environment, to operate unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to assist with mapping and monitoring natural resources.