Aerial Surveillance
 

After a natural disaster, the Oregon Pilots Association can photograph the state’s infrastructure using our Garmin cameras. This camera temporarily mounts to the aircraft tie down ring. It will automatically take pictures every 10 seconds for three hours. The camera GPS accuracy is thirteen places to the right of the decimal of latitude and longitude “seconds”. Aerial surveillance will allow OEM and FEMA to evaluate the damage to roads, railroads and bridges.

© 2020 by Kaaren McGlynn for Oregon Pilots Association

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