Sep 15, 2017 -- The Geomni fleet of remote-sensing aircraft are already in the air, capturing aerial imagery from the widespread damage throughout Florida caused by Hurricane Irma.
Multiple Geomni quick-response hubs were activated to assist with post-storm Florida recovery. The moment Florida airspace was cleared, Geomni extensive fleet of aircraft began flyovers of multiple areas, capturing post-storm imagery. In addition, unmanned aerial drones (UAVs) are capturing imagery and data from homes and businesses damaged by Hurricane Irma.
Geomni’s vast database of imagery and data already contains key, high-quality imagery of structures throughout Florida that comes ready with dimensions, 3D plans, material identification, and much more. This information is seamlessly available inside the widely used estimating and claims management tools from Xactware.
Geomni imagery will allow customers to analyze the impact of the storm by comparing post- and pre-storm images, thus aiding in the wide-scale restoration efforts that are beginning in Florida.
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