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Omaha Public Power District LiDAR capture for digital transformation
VeriDaaS Corporation, a leader and innovator in Hi-Definition (HD) LiDAR data acquisition and solutions is proud to support to the efforts of Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) in their digital transformation project.
OPPD has embarked on a massive 14-county LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) laser mapping program to accurately map and spatially reference all overhead electric distribution facilities. Mapping the electric facilities accurately is the first step in moving to utility-wide digital transformation. Digital transformation of a utility enhances the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and promotes System (GIS) and promotes the use of Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) leading to more efficient reliable power.
we-do-IT Inc. (Broomfield, Colorado) project managed and ran a request for proposals process, selecting VeriDaaS Corporation (Denver, Colorado) to capture the high-density LiDAR. VeriDaaS’ LiDAR sensors are flown on fixed-wing aircraft at higher altitudes that result in larger swath widths without compromising density or accuracy, thereby lowering the cost of acquisition.
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