A multifaceted geospatial mapping and analysis firm
Arcudigm specializes in geospatial mapping and analysis to make informed decisions to improve the world around us
Each project has unique requirements, budgets, and locations so we provide expertise in grant writing, planning, and coordination every step of the way.
Geospatially accurate aerial and ground data as well as ground control points (GCPs) to provide multispectral structural, land, and coastal data.
We provide an array of data manipulation and interpretation processes to provide our clients with the most insight and value with their data.
View some of our datasets used for in-depth analysis and reports to assist our clients in their decision making processes
Geometrically corrected aerial photographs that have been georeferenced and stitched into a singular uniformed and highly-accurate geospatially scaled map.
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI)
Quantifies vegetation health by measuring the difference between near-infrared (vegetation strongly reflects) and red light (vegetation absorbs).
Normalized Difference Red Edge (NDRE)
Sensitive to chlorophyll content in leaves, variability in leaf area, and soil background effects. Effective for determining tree and higher canopy vegetation health.
Digital Terrain Model (DTM)
Raster image containing cells which represents elevation values (z-values at regularly spaced intervals) that are reflective of ground elevation (the removal of trees, buildings, brush, etc.).
Digital Surface Model (DSM)
Raster image containing cells which represents elevation values (z-values at regularly spaced intervals) that are reflective of ground and objects (trees, buildings, brush, etc.).
Normalized Digital Surface Model (nDSM)
Raster image containing cells which represents elevation values (z-values at regularly spaced intervals) that are reflective of absolute heights of features above the earth’s surface.
A compact or dispersed collection of data points in a local or universal coordinate system (X, Y, Z) which represent the the external surface of an object or landscape.
Lines of connected points of equal value (elevation or height) to demonstrate the topography of the physical landscape (hills, valleys, and the steepness or gentleness of slopes).
Three-Dimensional (3D) Model
Mathematical representation of the interior or exterior of an object’s or landscape’s surface in three-dimensions to create a highly-photo-realistic representation.
high-resolution and accuracy
“Arcudigm produced a high-quality report and was able to obtain images of mid-river features that were inaccessible to our survey crew… [and] demonstrated to Independent Archaeological Consulting that Arcudigm can successfully bring a challenging project to completion.”
Jessica A. Cofelice, MA of Independent Archaeological Consulting, LLC
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