WHAT DOES GEOCOUNSEL DO?
- It helps your legal cases with photography:
- It documents visual evidence
- It interprets photographic detail
- It measures photographic objects
- It calculates quantities
- It helps you build a case
- It acts as an Expert Witness in court
- An undergraduate degree in Geodetic Sciences (minor in photogrammetry)
- A Master’s degree in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
- A License as Professional Engineer (civil, active)
- A lecturer in Engineering Surveying at University of Colorado
GEOCOUNSEL USES THE FOLLOWING TOOLS:
- Rigorous photogrammetric software
- Survey equipment for correct scaling, positioning and orientation
- Digital stereoscopes
- In business since 1993
- Over 160 projects completed
The image at left shows a drone survey of a large excavation site.
This was done in support of auditing excavation volumes. Whether
a project requires hand-held,drone mounted or aerial imagery,
GeoCounsel counts on the necessary hardware, software and
methodology to bring state-of-the-art accuracies into play,
together with the necessary ability to document them.
This image shows bridge detail that was extracted from hand-held
photography and placed into a CAD file. This detail was used to
perform a structural analysis study, and the corresponding report
was presented as a technical paper at the international ARCH'2019
conference on bridges in Porto, Portugal.