K2 Geospatial sees the world differently

K2 Geospatial sees the world differently

Published May 16, 2017

For every city, a digital model exists that is based on an aerial survey. JMap allows decision-makers to obtain these images, which are otherwise normally managed by specialized technicians. “In the case of the floods currently affecting Quebec, JMap Imagery indicates all the properties that could be flooded, including the contact information of the owners, which is then transmitted to a call system used to inform, by phone, the people who are affected,” explains Jacques Charron, President and CEO of K2 Geospatial. “We can then see the results of the telephone campaign and react accordingly.”

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