The city of Zürich’s surveying experts contracted BSF Swissphoto to install and operate two autonomous, solar-powered GNSS measurement stations in order to monitor displacement vectors and speeds of a large instable/sliding slope at Leimbach.
These permanent satellite-based measurements – along with periodic total-station surveys – form the basis for an in-depth analysis of the extent and movement speeds of the sliding zone. The city’s surveying and mapping department will survey 14 additional points in a semi-annual rhythm, using the two GNSS monuments as reference points
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Explora topic "Fascinating bird's eye view"
As part of the Explora series at ETH Zurich, our colleague Stephan Landtwing was interviewed on the topic "Fascinating bird's eye view - aerial photographs and their scientific importance" (Explora, ETH Zurich).
18. 01. 2019
Merry christmas and a happy new year 2019!
We would like to thank you for this year’s trustworthy cooperation and look forward to an exciting 2019!
17. 12. 2018
BSF Swissphoto at Intergeo in Frankfurt a.M.
Intergeo 2018 opened its gates from October 16th to 18th 2018 in the new exhibition halls at the Messe Frankfurt.
26. 10. 2018
Successful project finalization in Grenada
Over the past two years, our 3D Mapping expert Mr. Stephan Landtwing supported a component of the "Carribbean Climate Resilience and Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project" on the island state of Grenada.
10. 07. 2018
Successful spring flying season!
We are looking back on a very successful spring flying season in 2018: by the end of May, 560 flight hours had been completed in 7 different countries for image and laser flights.
14. 06. 2018
Augmenting flight safety
with our airport and heliport obstacle surveys - worldwide!
05. 03. 2018