LSI Completes BC Mining Project

July 2020: LSI has successfully completed a challenging airborne LiDAR survey for a BC Mining company approximately 100 km NW of Cache Creek BC. LSI staged flight operations out of the Lillooet Airport which was the closest airport to the project area. The project was completed on time and all final deliverables meet the client’s expectations.

New Transmission Line As-Built survey in USA

May 2020: LSI in conjunction with it’s wholly owned USA subsidiary, LiDAR Services, LLC., has completed a LiDAR data collection program on over 570 kms of existing transmission lines for a major utility in the north central USA. The LSI/LiDAR Services team followed strict COVID protocols and procedures to complete the project safely. LiDAR, downward imagery, forward video and forward tower photos were collected during the program.

LSI’s COVID-19 Response

March 31, 2020 – LiDAR Services International has a message for clients regarding COVID-19. Any future updates will be posted to LSI’s website and please direct any questions to info@lidarservices.ca.

LSI Completes Transmission Line Project in January

January 2020 – LSI completed a transmission line project during the Canadian winter as the client was not concerned with snow cover. Data collection included a transmission line and study area. The field crew mobilized after a prolonged cold dome and completed the project with average daily temperatures of -8 degrees Celsius (17.6F). LSI’s MATRIX LiDAR system was installed in a Bell 206B helicopter.

Photo Credit: Troy P.

LSI Holiday Update

December 2019 – The LSI offices will be closed from the end of business on December 23, 2019 thru to January 2, 2020.  LSI would like to thank all of our clients this year and we are looking forward to an even  better 2020 as we continue to grow our list of satisfied customers.  Best wishes and happy holidays!!!Posted in News

LSI Completes Mine Project

September 2019 – LSI has completed a detailed LiDAR survey for a gold mining company near Quesnel British Columbia. The project involved flying 3 mine sites and 2 new transmission line routes in support of future mine operations.