December 2003 – On behalf of the entire LSI team, we would like to thank our current, past and future customers for making 2003 a record year and for making the outlook for 2004 even better. Thank you.
November 2003 – LSI completes 1100 linear km transmission line survey in Western Canada, one of the largest transmission line LiDAR surveys ever done in North America.
October 2003 – LSI successfully completes 202 linear km LiDAR transmission line survey in Labrador.
October 2003 – LSI awarded 1100 linear km existing transmission line LiDAR survey for large western Canadian electrical utility.
October 2003 – LSI completes 314 sq. km. coal mine expansion LiDAR survey in the jungles of Borneo, Indonesia.
September 2003 – LSI completes 3 LiDAR projects for 3 major oil companies in very remote areas of the Mackenzie Delta N.W.T., approximately 180 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
September 2003 – LSI awarded 202 linear km electrical transmission line LiDAR survey based out of Churchill Falls Labrador.
September 2003 – LSI survey team and second HELIX LiDAR system mobilized to Asia for projects in Malaysia and Indonesia.
September 2003 – LSI completes 1400 linear km forestry biomass LiDAR survey in the Yukon/N.W.T. flying from Inuvik to Dawson City and return.
August 2003 – LSI completes 60 sq. km. project for Alberta forest company. A total of 3 new road sites and 4 cut block areas surveyed.
August 2003 – LSI awarded 3 LiDAR survey projects north of 69 Deg Latitude for 3 different oil companies.
August 2003 – LSI mobilizes HELIX system and survey crew to Inuvik N.W.T.
August 2003 – LSI mobilizes second HELIX system and survey crew to Asia.
July 2003 – LSI completes high accuracy, high definition rock outcrop survey in NE British Columbia for international oil company.
July 2003 – LSI completes 150 sq. km new hydroelectric dam site survey in a single day flying at 600 m AGL.
June 2003 – LSI completes 440 linear km new transmission line route survey in Alberta.
June 2003 – LSI takes delivery of a new IMU (inertial measurement unit) for integration into the next generation HELIX system.
May 2003 – LSI completes 147 linear km new electrical transmission route survey to provide high accuracy DEM for tower placement.
May 2003 – LSI completes 1112 linear km survey of electrical transmission lines for rating and re-rating analysis. Project completed in 7 days.
May 2003 – LSI awarded 150 sq. km LiDAR and digital imagery project over proposed new hydroelectric dam site.
April 2003 – LSI secures contract with a major petroleum company for high accuracy LiDAR survey in N.E. British Columbia. Survey is scheduled for July 2003.
March 2003 – LSI awarded LiDAR road survey and image orthorectification project in Malaysia. HELIX mobilization scheduled for 3rd week of June 2003.
January 2003 – LSI launches second LiDAR system called HELIX-FT (Fast Track). This system was designed specifically for use in harsh environment LiDAR data collection projects. The system is currently working on a large winter seismic project in northern British Columbia, Canada.