I-4 Ultimate Project

ACA will provide photogrammetric support services for the I-4 Ultimate, the largest infrastructure project in Florida history. The project consists of 21 miles of I-4 from Kirkan Road in Orange County to SR 434 in Seminole County, and includes two tolled Express Lanes, 140 bridges, 15 major intersections and reconstruction of the existing roadway over the next 6 years. More »

Digital Orthophotography

ACA creates high resolution digital orthophotography using the Eagle 210 to eliminate the lean in tall buildings of major cities. More »

LAMP Mapping & Photography

ACA is the leader in Low Altitude Mapping Photography (LAMP). ACA pioneered this technology 20 years ago and has flown over 2,000 miles of roads, Interstates, interchanges and rail corridors More »

High Accuracy Rail Mapping

ACA is one of the leading experts in High Accuracy Rail Corridor Mapping as well as for multimodal connections and facilities. Our technical experience covers Mobile LiDAR, Helicopter LiDAR, high resolution Orthophotography, HD Video capture and Low Altitude Mapping Photography (LAMP) More »

ACA Takes to the Skies with UAS Mapping Technology

ACA offers this new and exciting remote sensing technology to our toolbox. More »

 

HYDROLOGICAL MODELING OF MANATEE SPRINGS

Manatee Spring

ACA completed the first ever shallow water mapping of a deep spring for Suwannee River Water Management District (SWRWMD). The results using the VQ-820G exceeded expectations. By the District, the 3D model will be used to generate hydrographic models to determine flow and level values.

ACA USES ULTRACAM EAGLE 210 TO OVERCOME BUILDING LEAN FOR DOWNTOWN MIAMI ORTHOPHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT

OrthoVistaACA utilized the UltraCam Eagle 210 to produce orthorectified imagery of Downtown Miami’s 50 to 70 story tall skyscrapers showing straight or nearly straight. Dense urban imagery  was captured at a high altitude of 9,500 feet in raw format. The UltraCam Eagle yielded a high quality imagery product with no color balancing issues due to atmospheric conditions and different acquisition dates.

Downtown Miami’s skyline has evolved over the past 100 years from scattered low box buildings to a dense urban area of elaborate condo towers and buildings. The Miami-Dade County Information Technology Department (ITD) uses orthophotography of Miami-Dade County for its GIS implementation program that supports other County Departments for property assessment, land use planning, engineering design, infrastructure monitoring and park planning. Read more.