GPS-Monitoring Zurich

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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Consulting mandate in Sint Maarten

Despite increased travel difficulties, our consulting projects are continuing: our employee Emese is currently in the Caribbean, more precisely in Sint Maarten.

26. 11. 2020

Workshop

Online workshop for Caribbean countries on the use of geodata

Today starts a two-week online training with our geodata experts Stephan Landtwing and Manuel Draper with participants of the so-called six Caribbean PPCR (Pilot Program for Climate Resilience) - countries.

16. 11. 2020

Press Release

Aerial Data campaign in The Netherlands successfully completed

The dutch data acquisition company Cyclomedia has recently published a press release about the completition of the large oblique image campaign in Holland. BSF Swissphoto has been strongly involved in this project and acquired oblique images and laser data for several thousands of km2.

12. 11. 2020

160 LiDAR flying hours for the Finnish Land Survey Office

​On July 20, 2020 our flight crew completed the last flight day of the current laser data acquisition program 2020 of the Finnish National Survey Authority Maanmittauslaitos.

10. 09. 2020

Publication

Repeated Imgaging Success in Schiphol

For the fourth time BSF Swissphoto has taken aerial images with a resolution of 4 cm at Schiphol Airport and its surroundings. Schiphol is one of the busiest airports in Europe.

16. 06. 2020

Merger

SwissMonitor and Terradata together into the future!

The engineering surveying division of BSF Swissphoto and its "SwissMonitor" business merges with Terradata.

29. 05. 2020