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Webinar: Using Oblique Imagery for Integrity Management/HCA Analysis
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Presented by David Petterson, EagleView’s Infrastructure Division Friday, September 20, 2013 Currently, accurate High Consequence Area (HCA) analysis for pipeline integrity management programs require extensive field work, coupled with ortho imagery and other data sources. Oblique, or angled imagery, has been shown to dramatically reduce field visits, while increasing HCA verification accuracy.

9/20/2013
When: Friday, September 20, 2013
1:00 PM Central
Presenter: David Petterson, EagleView’s Infrastructure Division

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Narrative: Currently, accurate High Consequence Area (HCA) analysis for pipeline integrity management programs require extensive field work, coupled with ortho imagery and other data sources. Oblique, or angled imagery, has been shown to dramatically reduce field visits, while increasing HCA verification accuracy. High resolution obliques allow users to clearly identify habitable versus non- habitable structures, places of public meeting, as well as buildings that are four stories or more. Oblique imagery also has the benefit of being a referable data source compared to field reports and can be used throughout the enterprise for general day to day applications.

 

Bio: Since completing a Bachelors in Geomatics at the University of Melbourne, Australia, David has been working in large scale asset infrastructure markets for a variety of Utility and Transportation organizations across several countries including Australia, Canada and the US. These projects have varied from the collection of field data from a helicopter across the outback of Australia to performing clearance mapping from a hi-rail vehicle through central Canada in the middle of winter. David received his GISP in 2012 and currently serves as a Product Manager for EagleView’s Infrastructure Division focusing on solutions for Electrical Utilities and the Oil & Gas markets.

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