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Intelligence into Opportunities

Data as a Service, Satellite Scaled, On Demand.

Pegasus Imagery has designed and manufactured in Canada (with NATO sourced technology) autonomous-capable aircraft to collect geospatial and imagery data within an 800km operating radius, delivering high resolution information to our clientsat the scale of satellites, on demand.

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What is Geospatial Data?

The term geospatial is used to define collective data and associated technology which has a geographic or location component. The data can be in the form of vectors, rasters, high resolution images, real-time or captured video and statistical tabular data. At Pegasus Imagery, we collect cost-effective data as a service via remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS).

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LiDAR

From forestry to energy and beyond, light detection and ranging (LiDAR) surveys deliver asset managers and engineering teams’ incredible accuracy to base modeling and making forecast decisions. Build CAD models, plan asset management or conduct rapid damage assessments at the scale of today's modern challenges and unlock new options with big data.

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Hyper Spectral Imaging

Hyper spectral sensors look at objects using a vast portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. Certain objects leave unique 'fingerprints' in the electromagnetic spectrum. Known as spectral signatures, these 'fingerprints' enable identification of the materials that make up a scanned object. The goal of hyper spectral imaging is to obtain the spectrum for each pixel in the image of a scene, with the purpose of finding objects, identifying materials, or detecting processes.

Our Geospatial Data Markets

Natural Resources

Geospatial data collection analytics helps inform each phase of upstream exploration, ongoing safety and production from mapping to drilling which enhance production and efficiencies in field safety operations and exploration for oil and gas industries. Our clients can utilize our satellite scaled high resolution data to make important decisions which reduce costs, decrease risks and advance productivity.

Emergency Management

On demand deployment for immediate and effective emergency management monitoring for wildfires, floods, search and rescue operations and quiet operational real-time surveillance for police and fire services offering minimal community intrusion. Geospatial data collection also helps with public safety re-routing and provides insurance companies an improved analysis property assessment.

Environmental Monitoring

Geospatial data collection characterizes and monitors the quality of the environment for preparedness of environmental impact assessments. Usage includes monitoring air sampling for pollutants, soil monitoring, erosion, water quality, and chemical, biological, radiological and microbiological parameters.

Urban/Rural Development

Data collection of how on the rise populations affect energy, transportation, and housing resources plus compiling and cross-filtering data from many sources to see how crime, public health and safety, education and agricultural growth outcomes vary by location.