April 2018 – LSI has received an airborne LiDAR and digital imagery contract for a survey on over 1000 linear km of high voltage transmission lines in Panama. The project will provide detailed thermal rating sag analysis as well as the monitoring of vegetation encroachment issues on either side of the transmission line corridors. LSI will also supervise the establishment of approximately 185 geodetic control points and monuments along the transmission line corridors tied into the Panama national first-order geodetic control network.
March 2018 – LSI has been awarded an existing transmission line vegetation management project in Ontario. Project will be flown with a Bell 206B helicopter.
March 2018 – LSI will be relocating to bigger and better office space effective March 30, 2018.
Our new address will be: 7777, 10th Street NE, Suite 110, Calgary AB. T2E 8X2.
All phone numbers will remain the same.
LSI will be exhibiting at the PDAC mining show March 4 – 7, 2018 in Toronto, booth #241. Come by to meet with Ryan or Dan!
From the entire LSI team enjoy the holidays and all the best in the New Year! Thank you to everyone who helped make 2017 a successful year for LSI. We appreciate our valued clients and we are looking forward to opportunities in 2018! Our Christmas charities this year include the Calgary Seniors Secret Service and the Calgary Food Bank.
November 2017 – LSI has successfully flown a 147 sq. km. block area near Saskatoon SK for a major potash supplier. The project was completed just before the arrival of winter and snow on the ground.
October 2017 – LSI has completed a LiDAR survey for a new transmission line located near Merritt BC. The project also involved collecting data on an existing transmission line that ran parallel to the proposed new route for thermal rating analysis.
September 2017 – LSI has completed an airborne LiDAR survey over the Grande Cache Coal Mine in Central Alberta.
September 2017 – LSI has successfully completed a 845 sq. km. LiDAR survey north of Kindersley Saskatchewan for oil/gas and infrastructure identification and mapping purposes.
August 2017 – LSI has finalized an agreement with two large engineering companies for a LiDAR survey on a new rail corridor and staging area located approximately 130 km SE of Saskatoon Saskatchewan. The total project area to be flown for LiDAR is 295 sq. km. LSI plans to collect the airborne data in September.