Disaster is not a matter of if. It is a matter of when. For example, we experience an average of 1,200 tornadoes per year in the U.S. Most occur in the center of the country in Tornado Alley or Dixie Alley in the southern U.S. In contrast, two hurricanes hit the U.S. in an average year. While less frequent than tornadoes, hurricanes are more destructive because of size and duration.

With Vricon’s 3D surface model, emergency responders can prepare for future disasters:

  • City and regional administrators can build accurate 3D models of their areas.
  • After a disaster, an overlay of post-disaster imagery reveals changes.
  • The ability to move between pre- and post-disaster 3D models details the effects.

Georeferencing Information

Emergencies occur suddenly and after disaster strikes, nothing looks the same.

Vricon’s GeoRef solution provide the precision necessary for taking today’s after-disaster imagery and ensuring the data aligns with high geospatial accuracy, no matter the source of your imagery. Vricon’s automated process is sensor agnostic.

Conditions may change and deteriorate, but the accuracy of your geospatial data doesn’t have to.

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