Welcome to the new Bearing Tree Land Surveying & Aerial Mapping website. As you’ll probably see, we’ve made some improvements. Both the design and functionality of the site have been updated so that it is easier for you to find the information you are looking for. We’ve added a blog to provide you with more current information about Bearing Tree, case studies and industry related content. And you may notice we’ve updated our logo too.
If you were looking for something specific and couldn’t find it, let us know. We want to make sure we are adding content that is informative, useful and relevant to your needs. So give us a call or send us an email and tell us how we can help.Read more
As the leaves turn to brown from green and begin their slow decline towards the ground, the team here at Bearing Tree Land Surveying is gearing up for our prime flying series. This time of year is when we are able to do our best work because we are not as hindered by the thick foliage and vegetation that you see in the spring and summer. Less leaves more ground returns, and more ground returns means even more data and an ever better looking survey. If you need us to fly your large-scale commercial project, please do not hesitate to contact us as we have several openings to fly!Read more
If you’re new to the world of GIS surveying, that’s okay! Our job in Oklahoma City is to make sure that you get the GIS surveying you need, when you need it most. But if you aren’t quite sure what GIS surveying is, you may be a little bit confused. So, with that being said, what is GIS surveying and how can it help you?
GIS stands for geographic information system. It is a computer system that captures, stores, checks and displays data in relation to positions on the Earth’s surface. It also can show the land in many different kinds of data, which allows people to see the earth in different ways. From this data, you can analyze and understand the patterns and their relationships with the earth.
GIS technology allows people to compare different locations of land and discover how they may be related to each other. For example, if you use GIS mapping for two different locations that are similar, it may show that the site is more likely to product pollution, such as gas stations, and sites that are more sensitive to solutions, like wetlands. Such a GIS map can help people determine which wetlands are most at risk.
GIS can use any information that includes the location. This location can be expressed in a multitude of ways, such as with the address, the zip code or with latitude and longitude coordinates. And it’s good to keep in mind that with different types of information, it can be contrasted and compared using GIS mapping. GIS mapping can include all of the data you’d like to know, including income, population and even education level. Most commonly, information about the land, such as different types of vegetation, soil and the location of streams, is wanted. That doesn’t leave out the location sites of schools, storm drains, roads, power lines, farms and factories.
To learn more about our GIS surveying in Oklahoma City, contact the professionals at Bear Tree Land Surveying & Aerial Mapping. We provide quality results from every angle.Read more